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Centene Corporation, an American healthcare insurance provider, has lost several hard drives containing almost a million customer records which included numerous pieces of personal information.
Google says it accepts full responsibility for the tiny, but permanent, data loss that occurred last week, after the power grid near to one of its European data centers was struck by lightning.
There's something to be said about a good backup solution, and Google obviously take it seriously after posting that it has started to restore all the "lost" emails and settings from a backup, hours after...
After a recent outage for nearly 800,000 T-Mobile Sidekick subscribers, leaving many users without the use of their mobile device features, Microsoft has confirmed a restoration process is about to begin shortly. A Microsoft...