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Katrina Sparks Interest in Data Security

Right now, other than giving money to the Red Cross for Hurricane Katrina Relief, maybe the best thing you can do to ensure your own companies disaster recovery preparedness is to consider your options for offsite data backup services. Cnet reports that there is a significant uptick in interest and sales of this kind of emergency preparedness technology. It may not be a hurricane but your data could be at risk from different disasters like floods, fires, earthquakes, etc. Even theft could be a risk for your data. Might be time for a look.

Cnet on Offsite Backup Services

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September 2, 2005 in Building Customer Community, Current Affairs, Web/Tech | Permalink


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