A future for professional communicators in software engineering

@inproceedings{Horberg1994AFF,
  title={A future for professional communicators in software engineering},
  author={John K. Horberg},
  booktitle={SIGDOC},
  year={1994}
}
When disaster strikes, helping people survive in the short term is vital but not sufficient. Those touched by a disaster need jobs to pick up their lives again, but jobs do not survive if business hasn’t anticipated the possibility of such disruption. The companies that survive catastrophic events with minimal negative effect are the ones that have disaster plans to preserve critical data offsite, that have plans to resume operation at a new location, and that have implemented knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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