See Disaster Recovery Planning for Telecommunications by Leo A. Wrobel (Artech House, 1990). Other books by Leo Wrobel provide many more recent examples of cases where this kind of occurrence has been repeated again and again.
 Case in point: Telecom Recovery is an expert at call-forwarding technologies. It also offers a service in which calls to landlines can be diverted seamlessly and automatically to wireless, VoIP, satellite, or other surviving technology, in the event that cables are cut or sabotaged.
In addition to his work with his own two companies, TelLAWCom Labs Inc. and b4Ci, Inc., Leo A. Wrobel is honored to have been elected president of the Networking and Systems Professionals Association (NaSPA) a not-for-profit company concentrating on the needs of tens of thousands of members since 1986. NaSPA specializes in career development, employment, information technology, and disaster recovery. Contact Leo at 214-888-1300 or email email@example.com.
Sharon M. (Ford) Wrobel served as corporate secretary and director of personnel for Premiere Network Services Inc. prior to joining b4Ci, Inc. in 2004. During that time, Sharon was instrumental in getting Premiere certified as the first CLEC to be certified in all 50 states, by aiding in filings and attending hearings. She also engaged in extensive research for Premiere, a function she continues with b4Ci as vice president of business development. Sharon was also president of the Ellis County Early Childhood PTA and the Ovilla Lions Club. She attended the University of Maryland and El Centro College in Dallas and received training as a registered nurse before joining Leo in business in the late 1990s. Sharon also served as a public official by accepting appointments to the local Planning and Zoning Commission and the Historical Commission.