Personal data-backup options proliferate

Friday, 8 September 2006, 12:25 AM EST

Network storage has not been as popular as regular hard drives, said Stephen Baker, vice president for industry analysis at NPD, because of privacy and trust issues. Consumers are wary about security once their data is stored or accessible remotely. But that could be changing as consumers look for new ways to protect their files from disaster.

At CIO Today.

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