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Drum full of backup tapes The trade press is filled with stories about companies getting into big regulatory trouble over lost backup tapes . The tricky part is that usually, one reason companies use backup tapes is the ability to archive backup tapes off-site for extended periods of time. Terabytes by […] Source: http://www.forbes.com

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Thomas Edison, in 1882, opened a power station on Pearl Street in New York city to supply the densely populated Manhattan island with DC power . DC was the logical power distribution standard at the time. Easily generated and safely distributed across the limited geographic area it was intended to […] Source: http://www.forbes.com

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