The easiest way to learn a few new four-letter words is to kill the power in an office full of PCs. In today’s office, however, dealing with actual loss of power is only one aspect of a disaster plan.
I remember the first time I had to read specifications. They were part of the bid documents for a new Bank of America building. My boss walked in my office one morning, dropped a specification book on my desk and said, “Here, read this.” Talk about being thrown into the deep end.