Global payments companies MasterCard, Visa and American Express are furiously lobbying the Indian Government in a bid to avoid having to store customer data locally as mandated back in April.
By Greg Wyman, VP Asia Pacific, ioFABRIC
Storage takes a substantial percentage of total IT budget, yet storage vendors tell their customers that it needs to be replaced every three to five years. Why?
SYDNEY, February 26. ioFABRIC, the leader in Objective Defined Storage, has been tipped as one of the most promising global technology companies by the international IT magazine APAC CIOoutlook.
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