Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Storage Tip: When Is a Disaster Not a Disaster?
By David Hill, Mesabi Group

Distinguishing between a disaster and a non-disaster is easy. Anything that requires you to transfer access to using storage at a remote site is a disaster. Anything else is an operational problem. Making that distinction is important because the resources -- both in terms of equipment and personnel -- that you bring to bear on resolving the problem are different. Don't use a hammer when a screwdriver will do and vice versa.

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1 comment:

Ayman said...

Things are blazin today