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June 7, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Ferrari Technical Services, part of Ferrari Holdings Plc, has launched a new disaster recovery and continuous maintenance service. The Egham, Surrey company says that critical installations in the emergency services, airlines, and armed forces are key targets. Ferrari claims it can replace systems damaged by fire, flood or explosion with a hot standby machine and peripherals within 24 hours. Engineers would handle the replacement of typically mid-range systems supporting between 100 and 200 users, and they will run as long as required. The second offering is a round-the-clock support service predominantly targeted at larger installations as well as hotel chains and financial houses. Ferrari is offering its services on a nationwide basis from 18 depots staffed with over 400 engineers.

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