The Disaster Recovery Handbook: A Step-by-Step Plan to Ensure Business Continuity and Protect Vital Operations, Facilities, and Assets

By Michael Wallace; Lawrence Webber | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

MICHAEL WALLACE has more than 25 years of experience in the information systems field. He began his career as a mainframe operator for Super Food Services and then moved to a programming position at Reynolds & Reynolds, where he developed financial applications for automotive dealers.

He became a consultant after graduating magna cum laude from Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Science. For eight years he was president of Q Consulting, a custom application development firm. Mr. Wallace has been an application developer, a business analyst, and a technical and business consultant assisting companies in using information technology to solve business problems.

Mr. Wallace has served on the board of directors of various information technology user organizations and is active in the local technical community. He is currently President of the Columbus Chapter of the International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners (IAMCP), is a Competent Toastmaster and Competent Leader with Toastmasters International, and graduated from the Executive MBA program at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.

After working as a practice manager and director for the last few years, Mr. Wallace is now Vice President of Consulting Services at Result Data, which provides clients with guidance on IT strategy, application development, business intelligence, disaster recovery planning, and policies and procedures. He has also taught in the graduate programs at The Ohio State University and DeVry University Keller

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