Airport systems, banking systems, global stock exchanges, credit card transaction systems, oil gas & utilities, data centres forming part of the global internet infrastructure, media and broadcast systems …. what do they all have in common? We take the
Another big day for 24/7 Uptime commissioning engineers last week: we were upgrading the SCADA systems for a food manufacturing plant that makes 1.2 million ready meals each week for one of the UK’s top supermarket chains. SCADA systems
Stratus Technologies has announced the release of Stratus everRun 7.5. everRun 7.5 provides even more user benefits than previous versions of the software: ~ enhances the user interface and performance; ~ improves system security; ~ includes significant synchronisation and networking
Why react to failures when you can prevent them in the first place? Today we live in a world that is always on so we need to focus on business continuity instead of disaster recovery. We expect content to be
Protecting patient records and practice information is critical to dentists – but dentists data backup is just one more thing to add to your ever growing to do list. That’s where we can help. Replicate Dental, our dentists data
The Stratus Downtime Prevention Buyers Guide discusses the 6 questions you should be asking to prevent downtime – including server failures.
No organisation can operate without data. Contracts & legals, sales & accounts, customer, patient & student records. Paper records are useful of course but are easily lost/destroyed and take up sooo much space!
Are you a Tameside based business? If so, do you fancy entering the Pride of Tameside Business Awards? Get involved: #PoTBAwards18
This week, one of our engineers is making a second visit to a major new smart data centre development site in Scandinavia. Superb innovative use of natural resources and green energy technology means the new era of smart data centres
In today’s always-on global economy, seconds matter. Downtime in critical business applications can have far-reaching economic, security and legal consequences. Recovering from a failure, no matter how fast, is simply no longer an option. What companies need today is failure prevention,