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'Superstorm' Sandy takes out data centers, websites

10/30/2012 06:08 PM EDT
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SylvieBarak
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SylvieBarak   10/30/2012 6:33:40 PM
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Sitting in California and our email is still down... time to move servers to the less volatile West Coast perhaps?

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EREBUS0   10/30/2012 7:43:38 PM
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After looking at the west coast earthquake events recently, I would think a safer bet would be the midwest. No hurricanes, few earthquakes, a tornado or two, but more or less nice most of the year without bit events. Just a thought,

expendable crewman #1
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expendable crewman #1   10/31/2012 7:12:55 PM
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I recently saw a news program about old underground missile compounds for sale across the midwest. Sounds like an opportunity for disaster proof data centers.

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