Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 21:58:36 EST 2007 | fastek
In the same line of thought as Bob R. The people that should be backing up the machine's software programs are the people that would be most affected by not backing it up.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 15:10:15 EST 2007 | Bob R.
How about, "Who is the person who'll be called in to spend the weekend getting the machine back up and running after a crash? If it's your home phone number on the maintenance supervisor's speed dial then it's in your best interest to have a back up
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 12:27:06 EST 2007 | james
Just wondering who is responsible to backup programs at your facility? and how often?
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 13:15:59 EST 2007 | jhaviland
Depends on your company's IT policies. I have seen some companies where IT will not touch a production PC since it was not a standard IT issue PC, I have also seen some companies IT department do normal backups of the machines. (personally) whoever c
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 13:16:40 EST 2007 | russ
We run our company like this: If you see job to do then it is yours. usually I try to get IT to come up with auto method if machines are networked.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 21:09:52 EDT 1998 | Robert J. Clarke
I like the new layout- just one problem- can't seem to get back to a search on a subject after viewing the E-mail. Have to go back to the Home Page and start the search over to look at other replies to a given issue. May want to have a back feature i
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 03:07:25 EST 2006 | Ajay SHarma India
Sir i have a question on Backing of Cards. pls. clarify me that Why we always do backing of cards(90 dC for 1hr. in a Oven) for the reflow process before printing the solder paste on the board. and same for the Curing process we are not backing the