Noosh Publishes California Energy Crisis Plan at Web Site
Press release from the issuing company
Many are wondering what ‘rolling blackouts’ are and how they will effect those with e-services hosted in California. We checked several internet based solution providers with corporate offices in California over the weekend to see if plans had been posted for such a black out. We could find only one site who had posted plans for the public to see. Noosh has a PDF file for anyone to download that explains their plans.
According to the document, “We have received assurances from our hosting service that there will be no interruptions to the noosh.com service. This service has backup systems that have worked well in the past for other customers that have been hit with blackouts.”
Regarding their own ability to service accounts from their California office, the document says “..you might have to use different methods to contact
Customer Support, in the event electricity to our facility is turned off.” The document gives a special number for clients to reach them.
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