Month: October 2001

The Bottom Line Per … Michael Radcliff

As chief technology officer of Ingersoll-Rand, Michael Radcliff sets technology strategy for a diversified $9 billion company that sells everything from industrial air-conditioning systems to

The People Principles

Four weeks after the World Trade Center and Pentagon disasters, about 5,500 information technology executives from the Western Hemisphere braved long lines and toughened security

Assessing Your IT Exposure

In an ideal world, planning for business continuity would be simple: Reproduce your entire IT infrastructure in triplicate, with live operations, a nearby hot site

And We Said, Let There Be Light

It’s hard to deal with an everyday task, much less a crisis, when you’re literally in the dark. When the World Trade Center was attacked

25% Solution

Planning for the loss of one-fourth of your technology staff can be overwhelming unless you’ve already prepared for the temporary loss of so many people.

After the Disaster

The bombing of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon destroyed buildings and lives. It also shattered widely held beliefs. Even mundane things like power

10% Solution

Disasters of all kinds present the same problem: They are sudden, and their effects are spread unevenly. When it comes to staffing, you probably won’t