NEW YORK--Data storage and backup companies were inundated with calls from banks and market data vendors asking for help after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. The attacks may also make data replication services imperative.
EMC, a provider of data storage systems, helped its customers by setting up a command center. From there the company coordinated with customers and took inventory of what was affected, says Ken McDonnell, spokesperson for EMC Corp.
As the customers’ backup
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