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    Vodafone Neverfail to Offer "Uninterupted Service" for BlackBerry

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    Vodafone UK today announced that it has completed a deal with Neverfail, a leading global software company providing affordable continuous availability and disaster recovery solutions. Vodafone will now offer business customers a high availability and disaster recovery service for mobile email using the Neverfail software.

    In today's business environment access to email whilst on the move is a key requirement for many organizations. Losing email access, even for a short time, can have drastic consequences for businesses. The Vodafone Neverfail High Availability Service for BlackBerry will provide uninterrupted availability of BlackBerry services to Vodafone business customers.

    The Vodafone Neverfail High Availability Service for BlackBerry monitors the health of the entire email environment, including the server hardware, the network infrastructure, the application and the operating system. If any anomalies are identified, Neverfail will immediately take action to prevent loss of service. It will either automatically attempt to restart applications before they fail, switch over to a secondary server, or alert the IT staff so that no downtime or loss of service is experienced. Once the issue is resolved, they are automatically switched back to the main servers and neither users nor administrators are required to restart their applications.

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    Re: Vodafone Neverfail to Offer "Uninterupted Service" for BlackBerry

    Well it was only a matter of time for someone to capitalize on RIM's recent slip ups over this past year.

    I might follow suite with the consumer market. Charge people to upgrade their handsets while they wait.

    $20 a handset.

    WATAA! LLC. (wonders if a company name can contain a ! symbol)

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