Friday, April 10, 2009

Modernize the Infrastructure?

Sabotage attacks knock out phone service Modern? Sure, but robust?

"Vandals" sliced through several fiber-optic cables disrupting a lot services in California.
The sabotage essentially froze operations in parts of the three counties at hospitals, stores, banks and police and fire departments that rely on 911 calls, computerized medical records, ATMs and credit and debit cards.
No evidence of terrorism. What evidence would there be exactly?

So the infrastructure is modern. Is that a good thing?

How about an infrastructure that is A) redundant, and B) a bit harder to destroy.

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