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The issue of data maintenance on the new Internet is illustrated by Japan's new Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) system, which wirelessly charges cars such that they can go through tollgates without stopping.
The combination of D2D backup arrays using full file format--instead of traditional methods of writing backup data--offers IT managers a dramatic improvement in maintaining business continuity and effectively eliminating the issue of data restoration altogether in favor of a new data protection model: data reacquisition.
com/theinfopro/TIP_Security_W8_Preview_OICC "Enterprises are addressing the issue of data loss through increased spending on content compliance initiatives.
Many companies can move data between applications efficiently, but few address the fundamental issue of data accuracy," said Conroy.
Executives from Pfizer Consumer Healthcare will be the keynote presenters at this gathering of industry leaders and will describe how their company tackled the issue of data synchronization to standards, including how UCCNet fits into Pfizer's strategic business objectives.
Brauer's session will educate attendants on the issue of data quality in today's data driven age and the impact bad data can have on their bottom line.
In the largest public remote access server test ever conducted, the editors at Data Communications chose the Cisco AS5800 over five competitive RASes available today (see complete article in April 21 issue of Data Communications, available on the web at http://www.
BUSINESS WIRE)-- Federal Government has Spent None of the Money Collected for Universal Internet Access in Schools, Libraries The federal program that has applied surcharges of up to 5 percent on phone bills to provide universal Internet and telecom access for schools and libraries has failed, according to the November 21 issue of Data Communications magazine.