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Thanks to a Reg reader for alerting us to the following flyer from Fujitsu: Failure to back up mobile data could cost you millions

I see that Fujitsu are hosting a series of Seminars advising IT managers and directors about the good sense of backing up data, our informant writes. I wonder what would happen if some of their less than gruntled HDD users turned up to the meetings? :o)

The Register says: It's Fujitsu Services, unrelated except by ownership to the HDD bit of Fujitsu. But we like the sentiment, although we could never condone direct action. ®

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