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Autoliv
For Autoliv, downtime can result in missed delivery requirements and measurable revenue losses. The company contracts with nearly every automaker in the world, and some contracts even specify a fine for late shipments. Every effort is made at Autoliv to reduce both planned and unplanned downtime.
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Bank Sinar
Banks can’t lose data. Ever. Data loss is physically possible, but absolutely intolerable. For a bank, losing data may mean losing track of customers’ money. To say the least, that would upset customers and cause many of them to take their business elsewhere. Bank Sinar Harapan Bali (Bank Sinar) needed a way to protect all of its data against any loss anytime.
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Barona Resort & Casino
Casino operations use information systems 24x7. Gaming could continue for a few hours in manual mode, but if a system shutdown lasted any longer than that, casino operations would have to stop. Each hour that play is halted would result in considerable lost revenue. Thus, protecting the availability of the systems that run the resort and casino operations is essential.
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Barona Resort and Casino
The gaming mandate of Barona Resort & Casino demands that no outside systems should be able to access or change any production data. This would be easy to do if there were no links to the outside world, but Barona wanted to set up a Web-based “Player’s Lounge” where guests could log in and see what offers have been mailed to them and how many points they have in their accounts.
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Beaulieu Group
Beaulieu Group LLC, based in Dalton, Georgia, paid huge monthly fees for a hot site subscription. At best, this service could provide only a two to three day recovery time, and the recovery point would only be up to the last tape save, which could be as old as 24 hours. The last system failure that occurred just prior to the implementation of iTERA HA for i5/OS left Beaulieu Group down for two days. Among other things, the fix required a full reload of applications and data from tape.
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Boyd Gaming
Boyd Gaming can’t afford downtime in its 24/7 environment. Excellent customer service and data integrity are critical to the company’s success in the gaming industry. The company looked for an HA solution that would help them avoid out-of-synch conditions and achieve repeatable role swaps.
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British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
The greater Vancouver area, home to the British Columbia Institute of Technology's campus, is in an earthquake zone. Protecting the availability of critical data and the applications that manage them is a major component of BCIT's disaster recovery strategy.
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Brødrene Hartmann
In collaboration with INFOR and Vision Solutions, we successfully completed a technically challenging upgrade of our M3 ERP solution when we replaced an old and unsupported version 7.1 of M3 with the latest version. At the same time, we changed database platform from DB2 to Microsoft SQL. All this took place with only 4 hours of downtime and hence only minimal impact on our 24/7 operations.
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Broward County Public Schools, FL
When the Broward County Public Schools data warehouse was first started in 1996, the vision was that data could make a significant difference in student achievement. This vision became a reality as Broward County began to empower thousands of non-technical users with information from its data warehouse. It also became clear that timeliness was a vital factor, and that Broward County parents, students, teachers and administrators needed real-time, on-demand data sharing.
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CCL
While hardware failure was a very unlikely scenario with the highly reliable IBM server, CCL needed to plan to protect its data and continue operations in the event of a power outage or natural disaster."
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