From a new article in Windows IT Pro.

After a summer filled with tales of data theft, natural disasters, and executives going to jail in part because of email messages they wrote, you’d think IT pros who oversee storage matters in their organizations would be totally focused on mitigating the real risks they and their companies face. But a series of research reports from the UK and Germany indicate otherwise. In fact, according to these studies, many companies haven’t yet implemented adequate business continuity plans, have failed to address email-compliance issues, and are ignoring the danger posed by widespread use of USB memory sticks. Disasters, compliance, and data theft are known risks. Yet many companies apparently still like to pretend they don’t exist.

Link here.

Alex Eckelberry