New Terrorist Threat Warning
We all are familiar with the increased security measures at airports, the concern over whether or not an action in a country halfway around the world will increase our nation’s threat level to “orange,” and the ability to send deadly powder through our postal service. But, what if the gravest threat to our existence was not found in any of the stories that find their way onto the 24-hour cable news networks? In his new book Infinite Exposure, writer Roland Hughes proposes a scenario that will make readers take another look at the way some unlikely bedfellows may be working together to destroy life as we know it.
Infinite Exposure centers on the decision by Kent Braxton, a business school graduate focused on climbing the corporate ladder, to consolidate the data centers for First Global Bank to one location in India. The goal of this move is to increase the profit margin for his employer and earn the corner office and higher salary that he craves. However, Braxton’s ignorance of IT systems and his greed allow him to overlook the problems that centralization in a non-industrialized nation could create, particularly once one-third of the world’s money supply is flowing in and out of one building. With training of the center’s workers minimal at best and security measures lacking altogether, terrorists are able to infiltrate and wreak havoc on our world’s financial institutions and money supply. But, will this realization come too late?
Throughout the pages of Infinite Exposure, Hughes weaves several questions about our nation’s policies and priorities and challenges the individuals in our society to become better informed about the decisions being made around them. Should private businesses be allowed to pursue profit without restriction? How do we form the stereotype of what constitutes a terrorist? Does a common enemy make it acceptable to partner with a group whose practices you would find abhorrent in any other situation?
Roland Hughes brings noteworthy credentials to his writing, as he is the president of Logikal Solutions, a business applications consulting firm. He has a degree in Computer Information Systems and more than two decades of experience in computers and operating systems. Hughes’ extensive knowledge of information technology and data systems, two essential components of Infinite Exposure, allows him to integrate the language of his professional world into his writing in a way that adds merit and wonderful detail to his work.
“I want to challenge my readers to look at the power structure that exists in our financial systems and how the motives of those in charge have left us vulnerable as a society,” shares Roland Hughes about his controversial and thought-provoking novel. ”I hope that my professional background will offer the credibility that I believe the theory I present in Infinite Exposure warrants.”
Infinite Exposure is written by Roland Hughes and is published by Logikal Solutions. The book can be purchased at BarnesandNoble.com or Borders.com or though the Apple iBookstore.
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