Protests and marches are not always peaceful events. Should things turn violent, your business may be subjected to destruction as unhappy protestors rampage through an area. Rioting almost always leads to looting, which may result in your computers being stolen or broken.
Is your data protected against looting?
Published: 2017-01-25 11:50 AM by David Lees
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