Disasters are all shapes and scales!

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A disaster to one person might be normal to another person, same goes for companies.  One company might be completely comfortable with loosing a million dollars while another company won't make a million dollars this year.  Disasters are all shapes and scales!  While this can kind of sound abstract, let's look at one that is [...] Continue Reading »

Backups vs. Disaster Recovery

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NOTE TO READER: KingsBridge and Dbvisit have entered into a partnership with guest posts going to each others blog.  This post is from Chris Lawless, VP of Product Management. As Dbvisitors, we talk to a lot of people about Disaster Recovery. At conferences, Oracle events, partner meetings and in day to day life we end up […]

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4 years later… what we can learn from the Lac Mégantic rail disaster

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What can we learn from Lac Mégantic In July of 2013, the deadliest Canadian rail accident since 1867 occurred in Lac Megantic, Quebec.  A series of errors resulted in a train carrying crude oil to roll downhill before derailing in the town of Lac Megantic.  The accident resulted in: 63 derailed rail cars 47 deaths […]

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