- Nov 20, 2009
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I wonder if it was a power related issue that triggered the crash of "hard disks"????
Because this is not the first time their platform has failed. Their terms say they don’t give a hoot if it does fail and neither do their support.
Azure or AWS are the future
Here's the inside scoop on IS. They have almost no technical competency left because they hired a bunch of rugby loving jock salesmen to lead the company, and that resulted in the inevitable - a giant sales target circle jerk and horribly imbalanced incentive scheme which made anyone with half a brain get annoyed and leave and rewarded the unethical morons who try to sell broadband like it's a used car.