The Latest in IT Security now works for 80 percent of users after 400 fixes, administration says

2013, the error-riddled website where uninsured Americans are supposed to shop for health insurance, now works for in the zone of 80 percent of users, a White House official said today. While we still have work to do, we have made significant progress with working for the vast majority of users, Jeff Zients, who is leading the effort to repair, told reporters on a press call today. But new data released by the White House also shows just how underprepared was when it launched. Documents released by the White House also show that hardware capacity was initially about a quarter of what was needed for the registration database, around a third of what was needed to support the core database, about half of what was needed to support the website, and only one fifth of what was eventually needed to support the firewall.

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