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More Blatent Self Promotion: DR Workshop At Interop NY

Once again, on Monday, Sept. 15, for one day only, I will be performing my latest one-man show, The Disaster Recovery Cookbook: Recipes for Recovery, as a workshop at Interop at the fabulous Jacob Javits (a New York liberal, Republican senator, and Lantzman. You don't see those together very often anymore) Convention Center in The Big Apple (New York). Over the day we'll explore how to make your organization's IT infrastructure disaster tolerant with an emph

Once again, on Monday, Sept. 15, for one day only, I will be performing my latest one-man show, The Disaster Recovery Cookbook: Recipes for Recovery, as a workshop at Interop at the fabulous Jacob Javits (a New York liberal, Republican senator, and Lantzman. You don't see those together very often anymore) Convention Center in The Big Apple (New York). Over the day we'll explore how to make your organization's IT infrastructure disaster tolerant with an emphasis on solutions that are affordable for midsize organizations that don't have the open-ended budgets of our friends on Wall Street.The class was very well attended in Las Vegas and, while no one took me up on my offer of free craps lessons (I won a couple hundred that night anyway), I, and Interop management, heard nothing but praise from the attendees.

Come on down to Javits, escape work for a day, and listen to a fellow New Yorker pontificate on how you can survive flood, fire, hurricanes, mud slides, and earthquakes without going broke.

The show is less than two weeks away. Make your plans soon.

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