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Organisations are always looking at means of delivering more with
Selecting the right platform for your applications and especially
their data, has a great bearing on the ongoing value that your
applications will provide for your business and your customers.
costs of acquiring and installing the hardware and software and
developing the applications are only part of the equation. Keeping
ongoing costs down while attempting to store and manage more data,
maintain application performance, ensure recoverability within agreed
SLAs and minimise the expense and inconvenience of routine maintenance
presents a major dilemma. This is where a considered Information Lifecycle Management strategy can help.
Furthermore, for most organisations, the cost of printed output is the third highest
expense that they have to deal with; only human resource and premises
costs rate higher. However, few organisations have the information or
the tools available to proactively monitor and manage their printing
infrastructure. As a result, they are locked into a situation where
printed output costs a lot more than it needs to.
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Malware is a generic term used to describe any malicious program. Malware can take a variety of forms:
Palantir Systems are New Zealand resellers for a number of world-class security solutions from Norman ASA.
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All organisations must comply with local (and sometimes global) data
retention and data privacy regulations, depending on where, how and
with whom they conduct their business. Failure to comply with the
various regulations could result in severe penalties being imposed on
the organisations or individual members of their management teams.
the requirements vary, most of these regulations mandate that
organisations retain data for a specific number of years and to ensure
that the privacy of data relating to individuals is protected. Specific
industry regulations govern the amount of time that data must remain
available for easy access, and all compliance regulations require that
data remains in its original business context.
as we have seen in recent New Zealand court cases, the ability to
provide information when required, and to be able to demonstrate that
the associated trail of data is intact, is important to the confidence
of legislators, investors and potential customers.