Networking lessons to learn from World Trade Center attack

At a time when North America is grieving and trying to come to grips with an incomprehensible terrorist attack, some people must strive to put their emotions aside and focus on the tasks required to save their businesses: finding new office space; stocking it with desks, computers and telephones; restoring information systems; and doing all else necessary to restore communications with customers and business partners and re-open their doors.

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