The Salvation Army suffered a critical data loss when a natural disaster hit the Wisconsin and Upper Michigan division. A water main break flooded the entire data center, destroying several servers, critical data and forcing operations to a contingency facility. In all, two million gallons of water mixed with elevator fluid and other electronic chemicals destroyed the office’s data center. Seven servers, multiple appliances and the entire network infrastructure were rendered useless. Even cables were unsalvageable.
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