The Sarbanes-Oxley act is causing a quantum leap in the storage industry


The Economist – Politicians bearing new regulations have been a boon for the storage industry. The net effect is to double the number of copies of every document that companies must keep, and to double the length of time for which they are kept. As a result, an average firm's storage needs will more than double annually.

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