Adrea Rubin Completes "Operation: Business Recovery"

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List brokerage and management firm Adrea Rubin Marketing Inc. completed its annual test of "Operation: Business Recovery," its disaster recovery plan.

The New York-based firm continued to operate in a business-as-usual manner around events that could deny physical access to its office or its onsite IT infrastructure. The plan is in response to the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

Employees connected to an offsite disaster recovery location, which houses a network of Adrea Rubin's IT infrastructure.

Adrea Rubin provides services in finance, continuity, catalog, insert media, and life event marketing.

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