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Japanese electronics makers are stepping up efforts to plug information leaks in computers on rising demand from financial institutions and other clients concerned about losing customer data.

A number of models for corporate use are scheduled for release this fall that will allow data to be erased in computer terminals by remote control. Electronics makers are also expanding services to let firms centrally control information stored in computers.

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