With the investment of $60 million in new data centers in the capital the country's position as a strategic point for the storage of data in the region has been strengthened.
With $35 million as an initial investment and an area of 6,000 square meters, KIO Networks has opened its data center in Panama Pacific, constituting the company's first technology campus in Central America. With the technological complex, the Mexican company is looking to Panamanian and regional companies to access technologies and processes and applications services, business continuity, security and document storage.
From 21st to 22nd May the Latin American Conference on Business Continuity and Information Security will take place in Costa Rica.
National and international experts will analyze and discuss the key pieces to improving the business continuity program, technologies and data integrity in businesses. This will take place during the Second Latin American Conference on Business Continuity and Information Security to be held in Costa Rica on 21st and 22nd May at the Hotel Radisson Europa.
Data center complexity, numerous applications, and disaster recovery plan issues are top concerns.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – January 11, 2010 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today released the findings of its 2010 State of the Data Center study. Now in its third year, the study found that mid-sized enterprises (2,000 to 9,999 employees) are more likely to adopt cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing, deduplication, replication, storage virtualization, and continuous data protection than small or large enterprises to reduce IT costs and manage increasing complexity. Further, mid-sized enterprise data centers show more activity, with more IT managers predicting major changes to the data center and new applications in 2010. Mid-sized enterprises also place a higher importance on staffing and training than their small or large enterprise counterparts. The study is based on surveys of 1,780 data center managers in 26 countries in November 2009.
Protecting what matters: the sixth annual Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (DTT) Global Financial Services Industry (GFSI) Practice information security survey.
The goal of the 6th Annual Global Security Survey for financial institutions is to help respondents assess and understand the state of information security within their organization relative to comparable financial institutions around the world.
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