Unprecedented server crash leads to first-in-state system
By Ron Benningfield
Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Data is Freddie Newby’s number one priority.
As chief information officer for LaRue County Schools, he backs up computer data on multiple systems to prevent loss.
But just as the stock market suffered its Black Friday in 1929, Newby encountered his own darkest of Fridays March 28, 2008, when his main server and all backups failed.
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