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In a disaster, number one priority is “Where are your people?”

Posted by riverbedtest on May 18, 2009

David Spark, reporting at CIO Boot Camp at Interop in Las Vegas.

I
sat down with Neal Shelley, Deputy Expert Director for Service
Operations U.S. Army Information Technology Agency. He was talking with
Karlin Sue Bohnert, Chief Development Officer, VP Emeritus –
Abercrombie & Fitch.

Shelley works at the Pentagon and his
headquarters was at the point of impact during 9/11. He was on the
opposite side of the building and didn’t even feel the impact.
Disasters became huge learning experience. And what Shelley learned
from 9/11 is in order to deal with recovery operations you must know
where your people are.

For more, check out all of Riverbed’s Interop ’09 Las Vegas coverage.

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