"We don't have any control over the Internet," said Michels, president and chief executive of Maryland-based CSP Inc., which helps big clients protect priceless corporate data in the event of an earthquake, computer network outage or other disaster. "If something goes down, you don't even know who's accountable. The Internet is, like, 'Who ya gonna call?' "
Uh, bud, hate to tell you this but you're the CEO of a company that gets calls about what do if something goes down, no? Sheesh... this only reinforces my opinion that CEOs basically spend most of their workday a) planning golf getaways and b) having their "executive assistant" call escort services and book their dates for the week. Least, that's how it was at the last two "companies" I "worked" at...posted by hincandenza at 7:34 PM on July 26, 2001
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