sponsored by Neverfail
Posted:  24 Jun 2013
Published:  24 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Vodafone staff relies on BlackBerry devices to work remotely. But, when the company’s BlackBerry service was supported by a single server, senior managers sometimes found they were denied access due to system failure.

Their system center is based in Germany, and users working outside Europe were sometimes unable to access email during routine nighttime maintenance. They needed a more efficient system.

This case study discusses how Vodafone implemented a high availability solution that delivers 24/7 availability and allows for routine maintenance while their system is live. Read on to discover the benefits they now enjoy, including: seamless failover, enhanced disaster recovery, improved backups and more.

Business Continuity Planning | Data Loss Prevention (DLP) | Data Management | Data Recovery | Data Security | Data Storage | Disaster Planning | Disaster Recovery | Disaster Recovery Planning for Virtual Environments | High Availability

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