With nearly 250 judges and 3,000 support staff members, the Colorado Judicial Branch is centrally administered by the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court. Innovative business techniques and new procedures are constantly being evaluated to improve efficiency and to make the court system more accessible to the citizens of Colorado.

For years, the IBM AS/400 production server at the Colorado Judicial Branch has contained information critical to the efficiency of the Branch. In 1997, almost 3,000 end users in more than 100 locations across the state were dependent on concurrent access to the Branch's court, probation and financial data. To accommodate the growing need for reliable data access, the Colorado Judicial Branch developed a plan to implement a real-time resiliency backup to its production database.

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