Editor's Letter


Rethinking Architecture

As business continuity rose to the forefront of technology discussions late last year, so did the security benefits of a geographically distributed architecture. An early sign of how seriously the industry took the issue came in October, when Morgan Stanley sold its freshly completed 1 million square-foot building at 745 Seventh Ave. in Manhattan to Lehman Brothers--because the new building sat on the same power grid as the company's headquarters.

Ironically, it wasn't Sept

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