Computing research: the many faces of IT disaster


From hardware failures to defecating pigeons, Computing examines multifarious threats facing datacentre managers

Disasters come in many shapes and sizes, from the floods, fires and major incidents that most people associate with the word, through to isolated, unpredictable events that can nevertheless spell disaster...

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