Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Buckle up for the storage security ride

Computerworld : "It might seem unbelievable, but there was a time when cars didn't come with locks on their doors, much less any of the complicated security systems we've grown accustomed to seeing today. I'm not old enough to have direct memories of those days, but owning and operating a car in that bygone era must have been a carefree experience. There was, after all, no worrying about seatbelt laws and little thought needed to be given to vandalism or theft.
Fast forward several decades, and you'll find that today's storage devices have something in common with early cars: Neither of them have locks to protect what's inside from the bad guys. "

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