Ken Lay’s Golden Egg

Over the last few years we have heard a lot of complaining about Ken Lay in the media. But the Computer Storage business should try to make him into a Saint. Before the collapse of Enron the storage industry was happy to sell storage to Enron. After the collapse of Enron the Congress made a gift to the Storage industry by enacting Sarbanes Oxley. The act should have been known as the Storage Business and Accounting Firm Welfare Act, because storage became a sacred area that has to be secure and backed up, and backed up again, and again. And certified by the SARBOX auditors who know nothing about computer storage at all.

Only Congress could have enacted a worse travesty on American business than Ken Lay ever was.

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