As companies begin reassessing their data management plans based on the World Trade Center disaster and the incidents elsewhere, one area they will be taking a closer look at is business intelligence.

“We are obviously going to see companies spending more on disaster recovery and security and I expect a renewed emphasis on business intelligence as well,” says Michael Schiff, vice president for e-business and business intelligence for Current Analysis Inc. “They are going to want more data on their customers, assets and even employee itineraries.”

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