Compliance issues continue to create concern for corporate executives, even as the first wave of panic over Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) is beginning to settle. The new regulations are of particular relevance to IT because they impose requirements on management concerning how data is collected and stored. The need for accountability and auditing has, in turn, brought procedures under close scrutiny -- particularly in areas related to the management and storage of data and communications.
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