April Fool: How to Survive the Inevitable Zombie Apocalypse

Last Revised: April 1, 2010


If movies and TV are to be believed, the Zombie Apocalypse is inevitable. What will separate the survivors from the victims is how you handle the unrelenting hordes.

This brief video will show you how to keep your business running during these dark times.

  • Knowledge is power. Identify an infected co-worker, know how to protect yourself, stay safe.
  • Create a strong group dynamic. Identify key roles and fill them with the right people.
  • Understand the different types of assailants, knowing your enemy is key to securing your safety.
  • Solution: This three minute video will identify what you need to do to keep working in the face of an outbreak, give you communication recommendations, and tell you the safest place to be.

This April Fool's video will show you how Info-Tech's recommendations could save your life (or at least make your job easier).

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    Bob Cushman | 04-01-2010

    Very cute. Nice way to start the day.

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    David Wandelt | 04-01-2010

    Gotta love it! Thanks for the invaluable...er...information!

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    Steve Shepard | 04-01-2010

    That Baby Blue Tie was something else!

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    Rob Gilmore | 04-01-2010

    All work and no play... Gotta have some fun. Thanks!

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    Joe Arnett | 04-01-2010

    Good job guys!!! I enjoyed the humor.

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    Trevor Rickards | 04-01-2010

    Minless shuffling....oh, you mean users. We have lots of them, if you give them coffee it seems to keep them quiet.

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    Mark Lauteren | 04-01-2010

    Good stuff gang!

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    Susan Eidem | 04-01-2010

    They have been walking around our campus undetected for years. Thanks for finally helping us identify and learn what to do with these "people". The server room is a great idea for a hideout!

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    Dave Houlette | 04-01-2010

    Ah, so that's what those are - and we thought they were upper-level managers all this time! Thanks for the warning!

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    Mike Butler | 04-01-2010

    That's Brilliant!

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    Ron Matuschek | 04-01-2010

    Well done!

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    Drew Dutton | 04-01-2010

    Loved it! Great job!

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    Matt | 02-14-2011

    Tons of fun!

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