Protecting data from disaster
Goutam Das discusses how companies can protect their data so that business is not disrupted by a calamity, and clients do not have to suffer the consequences.
Last Updated: November 8, 2012 | 21:30 IST
Goutam Das discusses how companies can
protect their data
so that business is not disrupted by a calamity, and clients do not have to suffer the consequences.
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