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You are an Executive Chef at a private boutique hotel on the beach in Florida, with 60 rooms; a banquet facility serving up to 175; a coffee bar in the lounge, which also offers complimentary cold breakfast; and a 50-seat table service restaurant for lunch and dinner, all encompassed in one building. The management team at your hotel has been asked to work together with the information technology manager to identify what information, documents, and files should be secured when stored on the server network and to identify possible solutions for providing data security.

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You are an Executive Chef at a private boutique hotel on the beach in Florida, with 60 rooms; a banquet facility serving up to 175; a coffee bar in the lounge, which also offers complimentary cold breakfast; and a 50-seat table service restaurant for lunch and dinner, all encompassed in one building. The management team at your hotel has been asked to work together with the information technology manager to identify what information, documents, and files should be secured when stored on the server network and to identify possible solutions for providing data security.
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You are an Executive Chef at a private boutique hotel on the beach in Florida, with 60 rooms; a banquet facility serving up to 175; a coffee bar in the lounge, which also offers complimentary cold breakfast; and a 50-seat table service restaurant for lunch and dinner, all encompassed in one building. The management team at your hotel has been asked to work together with the information technology manager to identify what information, documents, and files should be secured when stored on the server network and to identify possible solutions for providing data security.

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