Columbia, MO—On August 5, 2008, 11 people were indicted for stealing 40 million debit and credit card numbers, the largest hacking case the U.S. Justice Department has ever prosecuted to date. Yet, this is only a fraction of the 220 million records containing sensitive, personal information that have been compromised since January 2005 according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.
Many businesses are witnessing a massive increase in the volume of data on their network due to media-rich applications and an increasingly paperless society. A loss of this data due to a natural disaster could be crippling for businesses of any size. In fact, 80 percent of companies without a well-conceived disaster recovery strategy go out of business within two years of a major disaster, according to the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.
Columbia, MO—In these tough and uncertain economic times, seeking value and bargains is as important as ever. Fortunately, having a computer with Internet access makes it easy to find deals and save money.
Often, saving money is as simple as visiting a few Web sites.