Business Continuity Incident: Council IT team continue to work on repairing damage by power failure meltdown

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“Staff have been working round the clock to resolve issues and get as many services back up and running as soon as possible since the power failure first came to light on Tuesday morning.“We anticipate we will have a much clearer idea by the end of the Monday about any longer term impact.

Councillor Harry Trueman, deputy leader of the council, said: “Following Monday’s overnight power failure that disrupted city council computing facilities, work is continuing to restore networks and systems.“As already stated, the council’s business and contingency procedures have been triggered. “All critical front-line services, including social care, safeguarding and the telecare service are fully operational.“Customer services are operating as usual as are all out of hours and emergency services.

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