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Cause and effect

By Sharky, Computerworld | Jan 9, 2018 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Throwback Thursday: IT is Murphy’s universe — we only live in it

The backup generator for this information core kicks in about 12 seconds after a energy goes out, says an IT commander fish who works there. At slightest that’s how it’s ostensible to work. “The complement starts with a battery and afterwards kicks in a gas-powered system,” fish says. “This powers puncture lights, some wall sockets and, of course, a whole ... Read More »

Law & Order: IT Victims Unit

By Sharky, Computerworld | Jan 5, 2018 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Definitely not something to make light of

Contractor commander fish comes behind from lunch one afternoon in early Dec to a corporate information core that looks like it’s been abandoned. “I find a youth mechanism user in shock,” fish reports. “Silence reigns in IT, and Operations is clearly a scapegoat.” Fish shortly gets a story: Power has left out for a bureau full of programmers. They’ve left ... Read More »

It’s all about removing into a holiday spirit(s)

By Sharky, Computerworld | Dec 25, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

DIY: IT’s initial three-letter acronym

By Sharky, Computerworld | Nov 28, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Throwback Thursday: As prolonged as you’re in there…

Budgets are unequivocally parsimonious these days during a association where this sysadmin commander fish works, and that has consequences. “Since we can’t sinecure new people to backfill for those who leave, we’ve resorted to remote administration and other such tricks to change workloads,” fish says. “Also, repairs are infrequently deferred longer than might be advisable.” Late one afternoon, fish gets ... Read More »

Throwback Thursday: Circular filing

By Sharky, Computerworld | Nov 16, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Definitely NOT a kind of backup we had in mind

By Sharky, Computerworld | Nov 6, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

Disaster recovery, redefined

By Sharky, Computerworld | Nov 7, 2017 3:00 AM PT Read More »

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