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Published By: iDirect     Published Date: Oct 13, 2011
In an insightful report from iDirect, find out why satellite is the best option for delivering cost-effective, reliable, broadband connectivity to any location. Today's satellite networks are enterprise-class platforms built on IP; offering seamless integration with existing communications technology. In addition, satellite now delivers up to 99.99 percent network availability and meets new security regulations, such as AES encryption. Get the facts on satellite for the smart grid and learn how satellite services can deliver the security, latency, and reliability required for all core utility applications. Download the report.
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idirect, satellite communications, technology, smart grid, utility companies
    
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Published By: EMC     Published Date: Nov 06, 2006
Offsite media can be lost or stolen while in transit, exposing sensitive information to potential misuse. By using AES encryption on backup data, a business can feel confident that sensitive customer information will remain safe and secure, even if the backups tapes are lost of stolen.
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disaster plan, encryption, disk backup, tape backup, offsite storage, offsite, off-site, backup data
    
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