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Data management is serious business. The price of data compliance—when not strictly adhered to—can be extraordinarily high. Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) violations can result in $50,000 fines. Fines for violating credit card data retention and disposal policies can cost $100,000 per month. And, as the Enron crisis

For the second year in a row, EMC has been ranked as a “Visionary” on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement. This is a strong position, considering EMC’s InfoArchive was introduced less than two years ago. In fact, InfoArchive was named a “Trend-Setting Product of 2014”

In his blog “Think ‘Data Management,’ Not Just ‘Data Protection,’” Data Protection Analyst Jason Buffington provides sound advice to IT organizations whose primary storage is growing around 40% annually but whose IT budgets aren’t. That advice is to archive data. Buffington defines archiving this way: “Archiving is the intentional retention

As part of our lo at Application Decommissioning in Financial Services, we’re now going to turn our attention to the highly regulated world of credit card processing. Keeping Up with Data Retention and Compliance Policies Along with Dodd-Frank and other financial regulations, credit card processors are subject to strict PCI

In the previous blog, we talked about the Healthcare industry and the complexity of its privacy and security requirements. We also highlighted a modernization effort resulting in outdated legacy applications that still contained critical, regulated data. With Application Decommissioning and EMC’s InfoArchive, we saw how these systems could finally be

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