Getting Employees Back to WorkVerne Kopytoff
If a disaster flattens Cisco Systems’ headquarters in San Jose, Calif., the company’s emergency response team can still do its job. Safety officials, who normally monitor crises from a war room on campus, can instead work from a minibus equipped with video phones, television screens, and a satellite dish.
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