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Records management review mandated by executive management

Records retention and destruction policy now is a requirement

A record is essentially any material that contains information about your company’s plans, results, policies or performance. In other words, anything about your company that can be represented with words or numbers can be considered a business record – and you are now expected to retain and manage every one of those records, for several years or even permanently depending on the nature of the information. The need to manage potentially millions of records each year creates many new challenges for your business, and especially for your IT managers who must come up with rock-solid solutions to securely store and manage all this data.

Current rules and regulations regarding the protection and destruction of confidential and sensitive documents require that any person or company that possesses or maintains such information to take reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access to, or use of the information in connection with its disposal.  In addition Sarbanes-Oxley requires that records be retained for all audits and legal proceedings.

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Reasons to Move Away From Tape Backups

The most frequent reasons world class CIOs use as a basis for moving  away from tape-based backup and recovery solutions are:

Poor backup performance

Lengthy recovery time

Increasing operational and capital costs

Reduce and eliminate risks from defective, lost or misplaced tapes

Poor storage efficiency

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