The Bunker and IBM protect data by spreading it across the UK

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Two of the server sites are former nuclear bunkers
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Two of the server sites are former nuclear bunkers

Storing data in ex-nuclear facilities is only the start of The Bunker's protection proposition

Data storage has always been a challenge for firms in regulated sectors like finance, healthcare and government. The upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means that all businesses hol...

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