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  • Aberdeen research paper: Data Protection Benchmark Report
  • In the beginning there was tape -- and only tape. Much has changed in the last five or six years. Data protection is no longer just an afterthought ─ a task relegated to the IT administrator on the graveyard shift ─ but it has become a critical business practice; the process has evolved into a full-fledged discipline. In the last few years, data protection has been marked with a strong surge in innovation. To gain some clarity on the data protection market, Aberdeen Group embarked on a survey of end users, in different job roles and across numerous industry sectors, to gain insight into customers’ data protection strategies.

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