Why storage has to be for keeps

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As the vulnerability of stored data grows, and legislation is passed to protect users, senior managers now face the threat of fines and even jail if data is lost on their watch. Failure is not an option, as Illena Armstrong reports

Struggling under the weight of legislative requirements, increased access demands and costly or embarrassing breaches, many senior managers are seeking ways to better secure their enterprises' stored data. Compared to a year ago, they seem to be asking more tough questions about their storage ...

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