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January 18, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

In the belief that a disaster is a disaster even for those whose installations don’t run to half a dozen 3090s, Unix systems for accountants supplier Star Computer Group Plc is now offering a computer disaster recovery service to users of Convergent Technologies Inc’s N-Gen workstations from sites in London and the Midlands: the service covers OEM and licensed N-Gens such as Unisys Corp’s B25, NCR Corp’s Worksaver and GEC Plc’s Mosaic and according to managing director David Blechner, five of Star’s customers have suffered major disruptions in recent months through their computer systems being struck by lightning, while a sixth had a tower crane fall on its computer room.

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