If someone said you had to accept an unreliable electricity supply as the price of innovation in appliances, you'd laugh. #NotNeutrality— Martin Geddes (@martingeddes) August 8, 2016
More misery for BT broadband users after new power cut. Looks like 'no single point of failure' is an alien concept. https://t.co/mOobFidWe4— Chris Tripp (@ChrisJTripp) July 21, 2016
It would be interesting to know where the single point of failure was in their power protection plan. https://t.co/zuaTm1z4tK— Robin Koffler MBA (@robin_koffler) July 21, 2016
2G and 3G data services from @EE are down after a power outage. Details: https://t.co/zEJFpgpl4n pic.twitter.com/vcUOkPVtet— The Register (@TheRegister) September 2, 2016
Obviously a power cut is not the only possible cause of business problems. Another single-point of failure could be a single rogue employee.
That shows that management should look at automating network. Since Network is single point of failure. https://t.co/ND5UXtNntj— Anurag Kaushik (@kaushikanuk) August 3, 2016
Gavin Clarke, Telecity's engineers to spend SECOND night fixing web hub power outage (The Register, 18 November 2015)
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