Ten years after an epidemic severely disrupted Milwaukee businesses, more than one-third of Wisconsin companies do not have a business-continuity plan, according to a report released today by AT&T Inc. and the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM).

Despite the fact that one in 10 Wisconsin businesses suffered a disaster of sufficient magnitude to cease operations for a time, 47 percent stated that continuity planning was not a priority. Nearly 60 percent of Wisconsin companies do not have business-continuity plans.

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