Monthly Archives: July 2011

Test, test, test

In a recent survey from Aberdeen Group, something jumped out at me.  I found the entire read quite interesting and the argument for downtime preparation and prevention is well supported by their findings.  In particular, a comment about the need for … Continue reading

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Ready for Hurricane Season?

If you can predict disasters you can be more prepared.  SunGard in a recent press release talks about preparing for hurricanes because they are potentially more predictable than other types of natural disasters. I agree that using forthcoming inclimate weather as … Continue reading

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127 million hours is a terrible thing to waste.

According to a new survey from CA Technologies, global organizations are losing 127 million hours of employee productivity due to IT downtime & outages.  This translates into North American businesses losing on average $159K per year, and suffering at least 10 … Continue reading

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Welcome to SoftwareDisasters

We believe that software should always work, and should always be available.  And your customers are no different.  If you’re running an online service, website, or application, you need to be prepared for disasters.   Customer attention spans are getting shorter … Continue reading

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