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What’s your computer data worth? My own “My Documents” folder contains 20,000 separate files. Some are no big deal, but others, like a set of CAD drawings or a complex construction schedule, could literally take months to recreate. For the sake of argument, let’s assume replacing an average document would require an hour of someone’s time at $25 — probably a low estimate. That would make the value of my “My Documents” folder $500,000. When you think about your data in terms of an asset that you’d have to pay to replace, it’s easy to see how important a backup and disaster recovery plan is to your long-term business health. UPS: An Ounce of Prevention The best disaster recovery