No, I am not talking about Dilbert's plan, illustrated below. Of course, the best way to deal with computer disasters is to avoid them in the first place. This means backing up your programs and data on a regular basis. It means imaging your drives. It means cloud backup of your essential files. It means redundancy in your backup plan. It means using two step authentication for your cloud software and websites used by the firm. It means locking active files in steel cabinets when you are physically out of the office. It means strong password security. It means off site storage of imaged drive data and backups. It means being proactive about training your personnel in security protocols. Need I go on? Now, make a plan, and start implementing it on Monday. Otherwise, know that if you don't have a Recovery plan, you already have a Recovery plan. It just isn't very good. Help, Help!