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Firms Face Risks for Failing to Archive E-mails

By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 04-30-2007 Print
Some companies confront heavy penalties if relevant messages aren't maintained.

Only about 14 percent of all corporate e-mail accounts are currently being backed up and archived for future access, but that number is going to shoot up to nearly 70 percent by the year 2011, according to a new storage industry study.



 

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