GUILDFORD, ENGLAND -- Backed-up data storage is the "weakest link" in the disaster recovery plans of a number of UK firms, according to Guildford-based offsite data back-up provider Datafort.
The company released the results of a two-month survey in September, which found that 28% of respondents relied on an employee taking backed-up data home for storage, with 19% leaving the data close to computers.
While over half the survey's 150 respondents had a skilled person manually performing daily
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