Monthly Archives: January 2008

By¬†Chris Preimesberger¬†– A new study confirms what a great many people in IT already suspected: Companies of all sizes are vulnerable to costly and damaging e-mail outages because they trust their messaging infrastructure to a single server and do not have an adequate backup and recovery plan in case of a disaster. ApplicationContinuity.org surveyed 434 […]

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By JIM SALTER, AP Business Writer ST. LOUIS – Charter Communications officials believe a software error during routine maintenance caused the company to delete the contents of 14,000 customer e-mail accounts. There is no way to retrieve the messages, photos and other attachments that were erased from inboxes and archive folders across the country on […]

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FRAMINGHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fueled by a combination of factors, including the tremendous growth in digital data generated by individuals and small businesses, the worldwide online backup services market is poised for growth. IDC estimates revenue for this emerging market to reach $715 million by 2011, representing a 33.3% compound annual growth (CAGR) between 2006 and 2011. […]

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From the Associated Press The loss or theft of personal data such as credit-card and Social Security numbers soared to unprecedented levels in 2007, and the trend isn’t expected to turn around soon as hackers stay a step ahead of security and laptops disappear with sensitive information. And while companies, government agencies, schools and other […]

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