For some patients, this represents a retention period of over 100 years. And the Sarbanes-Oxley act requires every public company to save every record related to the audit process, including e-mails, for seven years.
Long-term archival storage remains the realm of magnetic tape libraries. Today there is no truly cost-effective ILM strategy without a tape component.
It's more the home user who is at risk. They're the ones who most likely won't update their protections on a regular basis.
Even if you're running air conditioning, the hot water is really a big spike in your energy bill.
Companies need to reconnect with their delete keys. Many organizations now believe that the time is right to repeal Sarbanes-Oxley.
Compliant records data is presently estimated to grow over 60 percent per year, generating more than 1.6 PB of new storage capacity requirements in 2006. This represents the single fastest growing application segment of the storage industry.
There is a growing backlash against compliance. While the big boys may be able to afford it, the majority can't. To them, the risk of deleting it is far less than the price of complying.
To have achieved core profitability and steady growth within such a short window of time is a testament to the remarkable dedication of our staff and board, as well as the community's overwhelming support of a truly local institution.
As the cost of fuel goes up, the payback time is getting shorter and shorter. Energy-efficiency solutions are becoming more affordable.
I'm totally opposed to this high-density situation that is invading the atmosphere of the community.
We want this to spread.
From what we know, it seems he attended Loyola. There is no documentation he ever graduated.