Lessons from a comedy club's serious data disaster

10/18/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Jamie Masada, who runs the famed Laugh Factory comedy club, lost hours of irreplaceable footage of standup routines when the online backup company he used failed to protect his data. Masada now uses a $7,500 storage drive from Drobo to keep things safe, but the lesson is that multiple data backup strategies are a necessity, David H. Freedman writes.

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