Talk about your phenomenal data center disasters. All T-mobile Sidekick data lost and it has Microsoft’s name written all over it.
All of this big hype for super advanced stuff like “cloud computing” and the $500 million aquisition of the largest software company in the world commits the most rookie mistake possible and fails to back up critical customer data. So now the cleanup of the mess is costing T-mobile and people are dumping a formerly popular gadget like it was toxic waste.
So, where does that leave “Danger” (ironic name) now? And does anyone else think they should have spent a teeny bit of that $500 mil on a second server?
Brand names get damaged from time to time but I don’t believe I ever saw one so thoroughly trashed in such a short time.
Vern, SwiftWater Telecom