Floods, fire and nuclear strikes: Can your data centre survive?
Natural disasters are not a rarity in this nation and when you're taking space in an Australian data centre, it's important to consider a particular facility's resilience to events such floods and fires, writes Hamish Barwick In Melbourne during June the Yarra River overflowed, cutting power to some homes and closing roads.
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Since: Mar 14
#1 Jul 3, 2014
We stand alone, the powerhouse. Us. Small and yet, give us the leaders inviolate. Jacka and ww1 was a nutter. Stu
#2 Jul 3, 2014
I know how you feel Stu.
Are you looking at a long jail sentence too ?
I have to go now, a little girl is holding the elevator for me.
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