Most companies shouldn’t have to replicate every piece of data to protect their business from the next cataclysmic event. Nor should they necessarily have to cough up millions for a mirror site that traces every network transaction. And let’s face it, unless you’re cyber-cynical, catastrophes are extremely rare. Be that as it may, organisations are increasingly being held accountable for their data and prudence points to being prepared. Computerworld Canada asked three experts what the most commonly overlooked elements are in today’s disaster recovery plans — just in case.