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From: Jared Still <>
Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2001 04:36:50 -0700
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Isn't that a little unfair? It hardly seems possible that an entire organization could be full of induhviduals.

More likely, some bad experiences have colored your judgment.

Please bear in mind that there are several Compaq employees on this list as well.


On Thursday 06 September 2001 14:10, Jesse, Rich wrote:
> Hmmmm...
> Compaq service does suck at all levels. However, I have to defend HP
> service. We aren't a huge company (<800 employees), but we do have Gold
> Service with HP for our little 6-way K570. And I have to say that it's
> been outstanding. I've never seen another service company stay onsite for
> 24+ hours on their weekend to help with our OS upgrade.
> Or it could just be our local guys'n'gals that do an outstanding job... :)
> Rich Jesse System/Database Administrator
> Quad/Tech International, Sussex, WI USA
> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 15:22
> To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
> According to our hardware resalescritter: especially for anything
> below large enterprise level, both HP and Compaq services suck.
> so, I guess the objective is to create a new company who services
> suck even more than either individually?
> Synergy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > Guy Hammond wrote:
> > > On the contrary, I'd say this is a godsend for Sun. Compaq made a mess
> > > of truly epic proportions when they tried to integrate DEC and Tandem
> > > into their operations. HP did just as badly with Apollo.
> ...

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