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Issue Date: August 2000 (es)

Disaster recovery for LANs ... ?

August 2000
Frank Appunn, MD, SourceTech

The answer is yes! There are three distinct areas for LANs (local area networks) and servers that have been shown to be important in South Africa that can be solved. Most people believed it is the mainframe and midrange systems that require off-site duplicate systems to keep data running in the event of earthquakes, fires and floods. That, after all, is how the phrase 'disaster recovery' was coined.

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3. CAPTAIN KIRK CAUGHT UP IN 'SOMEBODY FARTED' ROW http://www.silicon.com/a49366
4. BA IN CHAOS AS BABS GOES DOWN ON ANGRY PASSENGERS http://www.silicon.com/a43295
5. DON'T MENTION THE PORN!
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