It's going to cost financial service firms $3.2 billion to replace the computer hardware and software lost in the World Trade Center Disaster, says TowerGroup.
Tower, a New York City financial services research firm, says companies will need to replace $1.7 billion in hardware, which includes trading stations, sales stations, work stations, personal computers, servers, printers, storage devices, cabling, communications hubs, routers and switches.
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