Digital disaster - are you prepared?
Handout produced for: Digital disaster: are you prepared? Digital perspectives and disaster management, M25 Consortium of Higher Education Libraries, joint Disaster Management Group/Staff Development Group seminar, University College London, 23 June 2000.
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Maintained by: Michael Day of UKOLN: The UK Office for Library and Information Networking, University of Bath.
Document created: 22-Jun-2000
Last updated: 28-Jun-2000.
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