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SearchDataBackup managing editor Ed Hannan and ESG analyst Mark Peters discuss tape use for archiving in this Q&A.
(ISC)2 Board Chairman Wim Remes, who is seeking re-election, details the organization's management changes and efforts to boost member engagement in this interview.
Data protection expert Winn Schwartau discusses information security and why companies should remember the past when developing cybersecurity strategy.
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Test your knowledge of Amazon Web Services' full managed data warehouse service with this 10-question quiz.
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Brien Posey discusses ways the Internet of Things will impact backing up data, including data growth and the difficulty of protecting information on nontraditional computing devices.
Brien Posey discusses why hypervisor-based snapshots can cause problems when they're applied to application servers and how application awareness can mitigate the issue.
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