It's 1977, and this network analyst pilot fish is working at a newly constructed data center — one with a big fence.
“The company had just gotten a new sense of needing physical security, so they had included a new, state-of-the-art security system,” says fish.
“It had electronic locks at a handful of doors in the building, a 10-foot-high fence with a motorized gate, and key-card reader stations by each of the locked doors and the gate.”
One day, company needs to bring a new communications line up between the data center and an office 10 miles away. Fish's team leader decides the best way to do this without disrupting the users is to have fish go to the remote office at 4:30 a.m., while his team leader goes to the data center.
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