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Survey sees tech divide on data disasters

Business and information technology executives at U.S. companies have very different views about how prepared they are for a disaster, according to a survey to be released Monday. The survey, sponsored by data storage giant EMC, found that only 14 percent of senior business executives felt their important data is very vulnerable to being lost in the event of a disaster, compared to 52 percent of senior IT executives. U.S. business and tech leaders also differ on how long it would take to resume normal business operations if a disaster struck, according to the survey. Only 9 percent of business executives say they would need three days or more to resume, compared to 23 percent of technology executives. Full Story

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