HP Defective Media Retention (DMR)

A Requirement for Those Impacted by Compliance Issues

If you dig into HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, you will find you are responsible for controlling your sensitive data. Failure to do so can lead to fines and legal costs. But, what happens if you have a computer hard drive failure? In most cases, the hardware warranty requires that you return the drive to the manufacturer. If you keep the drive, as is required by a majority of the regulations, you will be charged for a replacement part.

This is a losing proposition for your organization. There is a solution – HP DMR.

With a HP DMR maintenance plan you are allowed to keep the failed drive. Thereby, allowing you to save or destroy the failed drive in accordance with your organization’s security policy. If you have questions about your sensitive data and how best to manage it, please call Digicorp (262) 402-6150. We will help you purchase the right solutions for your needs.

For more information read this article from HP, “Keep sensitive data safe.