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data retention

Storing data for backup and historical purposes. See backup software, archive, disaster recovery and litigation hold.
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STAR-GATE DR will enable us to simplify data retention across all of our technologies and services, including voice, internet and broadband, and to more effectively comply with current and emerging data retention regulations.
The current draft Framework Decision on data retention being discussed in Council does not need Parliament's backing.
According to Abraham, current professional-grade tape media products will retain data for at least 15 years, meeting virtually all data retention regulations.
SST's SuperFlash technology is a NOR type, split-gate cell architecture which uses a reliable thick-oxide process with fewer manufacturing steps resulting in a low-cost, nonvolatile memory solution with excellent data retention and higher reliability.
CopperEye, a leading provider of data retention and retrieval solutions, today announced that it has been invited to participate in The 451 Group's Innovators Showcase at its Second Annual Client Conference, November 27-28, 2007 at the Marriott Long Wharf, Boston, MA.
Since 9/11, many European countries have enacted similar controversial mandatory data retention laws, in accordance with a European Union directive to do so.
He said some data retention measures may be necessary - for example ensuring that companies are able to retain the same amount of data on telephone calls made using pre-paid phone-cards than they can from fixed line calls.
In order to comply with both internal and external data retention guidelines from the FAA, DoD, SEC, and Sarbanes-Oxley, ABC Company acquired a 10-TB EMC Centera, and the plan is to utilize this as the primary enterprise archive repository for both compliance data and business documents that must be retained but not altered for extended periods of time.
its data retention subsidiary, has entered into a strategic partnership with Empower Interactive FZE to market Retentia's Data Retention Suite to government intelligence agencies in North Africa and the Middle East.
At present, traffic data retention for public telecommunications networks is governed by Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and Council (July 12, 2002) concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications).
The result is IT departments facing new and developing compliance requirements for security and data retention set by their own organizations.
Securities Company Chooses Princeton Softech Optim[TM] JD Edwards[R] EnterpriseOne Solution to Support Data Retention Compliance and Improve Performance