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Newsletter – March 2021




High Point Technology is a leading multi-brand technology solutions provider to private sector, education, healthcare and government organizations in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt along with other countries in MENA region.

Partnering with High Point Technology has enabled VS ONE to expand our territory into a new market and offer our products and service portfolio in Saudi Arabia.



We are happy to announce that our parent company, V S Information Systems (VSIS), has achieved the awards for “Top Reseller, Sri Lanka” for achieving the highest number of sales in the country as well as “Top Reseller Services, Sri Lanka” for proving to be the best reseller in Sri Lanka at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) AEC/PK Kickoff & Awards Ceremony 2021 held virtually.

VSIS is the only company in Sri Lanka that was able to obtain a Gold Partner status for HPE.


A major incident in one of the data centers in France – OVH caused massive downtime and potential data loss for many customers as per the reports in Data Center World.

“On Wednesday, 10 March 2021 a fire broke out in a room at the SBG-2 OVHcloud data center in Strasbourg, France. The fire reportedly destroyed SBG-2 and damaged four of 12 rooms in the adjacent SBG-1 data center. Two adjacent data centers, SBG-3 and SBG-4, were not damaged but were shut down during the event, requiring a massive, time-consuming reboot of all their systems.”

As per the reports even after 14 days of this event, they are still struggling to bring customer services online. This might be due to the volume of the impacted hardware items and the amount of data.

Today myself together with our CTO Daniel Ananthan who is a specialist in data center design thought of exploring this incident so that all of our readers could learn from this incident.

As more and more applications, databases moving to the cloud and organizations adopting the cloud first approach towards their business organizations are becoming more dependent on CSPs. CSPs are becoming a critical element in business continuity. Even the most mature CSPs such as AWS and Azure have undergone large service outages.

What should CIOs do to minimize the impact on such outages ?

Click here to read more.

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