Multiple fail-overs are important

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Multiple fail-overs are important


One of our clients had a hard drive fail in a server last week - if the server had died and taken a couple of days to fix, they would have lost a significant amount of revenue from being unable to work. 

However, we specc'd the server with mirrored (RAID 1) hot-swappable drives. If one drive fails the server carries on uninterrupted. The customer didn't even notice the failure and the hard drive was replaced under warranty. Business continuity is very important, especially to this customer - so we built-in multiple failovers: an entire server could die and they would be back up and running in minutes.


If you would like to talk about how we can help your business from stopping IT failures causing days of downtime  - please get in touch.

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