SAN Storm

In the wake of Sept. 11, Wall Street firms relied on their enterprise data storage and data recovery plans to retrieve information in time for the opening of the markets in the days that followed the attack. In particular, networked storage played a key role in data recovery, a concept that began to win the confidence of Wall Street firms in the mid-90s.

At Lehman Brothers, a host of solutions has for several years ensured that critical data reside in two redundant data centers. When one was

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