[Chugalug] Client burned by previous hosting provider

Dave Brockman dave at brockmans.com
Mon Aug 26 22:27:15 UTC 2013


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On 8/26/2013 5:43 PM, William Roush wrote:
> I'd imagine the only way they'd determine those kinds of issues
> existed in the first place would be if they had someone technical
> on their team in that understands those kinds of issues, which
> according to David they don't...

The consultant before David?  If I gave the impression the client
discovered any of the Swiss Cheese, I apologize, the consultant (me)
found all the holes.

> I'm just kind of weary of a customer that has been "burned" but
> doesn't really understand the ways they can be burned (such as the
> reasons you've pointed out).

Well, this is a difficult and complicated discussion.  I can't fault
anyone who wants to own their hardware, I can't fault anyone who
trusts a local consultant more than a web front (for managing their
equipment).  There are at least 3 sides to this and every story....

Regards,

dtb
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