How well do you know your DATA?. Glenn Wiebe May 15, 2012. Is Data Liability?. $$$ for Data Storage $$$ for Data Backups $$$ for Data Archiving $$$ for Data Replication $$$ for Data Synchronization $$$ for Disaster Recovery Planning. Is Data Asset?. Helps in making decisions
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How well do you know your DATA?
May 15, 2012
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