You're a Disaster Recovery Hero Luncheon

You're a Disaster Recovery Hero

We're Celebrating and Honoring You!

Please Join Us For Lunch

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

11:15am - 1:15pm

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Houston Branch

1801 Allen Parkway • Houston, TX 77019
Federal Reserve Bank Tour immediately following the luncheon

  • Google Map Directions
  • Map of Parking Area (.pdf)

Must Register by September 18!

Keynote Speaker:

Ralph Farr

Ralph Farr
Vice President of Information Systems,
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

Farr, who earned his computer science degree from UT Austin and lives in Galveston, oversees the information technology needs of the academic medical center. He has 30 years of experience in information technology, the last five of those in a senior leadership role with the university’s Department of Information Services. He currently manages what he calls a world-class team at UTMB of more than 200 charged with providing and managing voice services, data networks, desktop services, the data center and application systems.

Among his goals, Farr seeks to create a structure to provide information technology services in ways that best support and align with the needs of UTMB's researchers, educators and clinicians. He and his team work to enhance the quality and value of the services they provide to the university.

Before joining UTMB in 1989, Farr led development of information systems at Union Texas Petroleum in Houston. Earlier, he held IT positions with Systems Programming Resources and Brown & Root Inc., both in Houston.

Disaster Recovery Technology Luncheon

Hear industry experts address their business continuation capabilities and unique strengths:

  • Shoretel
  • Lifesize
  • Enterasys
  • Paetec

Meet education specialists and ask questions regarding:

  • Grants
  • E-Rate
  • Education Programs

Hosted by Genesis Business Communication Systems


The Federal Reserve Bank requires all guests to pre-register one full week in advance of the event. Please register now to receive the complete agenda and invitation via U.S. mail.

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Optional $5.00 luncheon fee payable at the door.

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Thank you for your interest. We look forward to this special day with you.

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