Delta blames data centre fire and power surge for global business meltdown

Chris Merriman
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An airline really ought to have better disaster recovery processes...
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An airline really ought to have better disaster recovery processes...

Many servers found not to be connected to back-up power as IT meltdown caused flights worldwide to be cancelled

Delta, the US airline that had to ground all flights worldwide following an IT failure earlier this week, has attributed the chaos to a fire at its main data centre. Delta CEO Ed Bastian told the Atlanta...

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