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Data storage — then and now

This year, the amount of data will grow to 2.16 zettabytes worldwide, according to IDC. By 2016, it will have grown to 3.77 zettabytes. As remarkable as we are at creating data, storage technology has kept up. Data storage is the fastest growing semiconductor technology. Tape storage, hard disk drives and

5 Truths Your IT Asset Manager Should Know About Data Erasure

IT asset disposition is an area that can make a company’s data security vulnerable. At a time when a single data breach could cost millions, you can’t afford the risk of allowing any IT equipment to leave its control with sensitive data still stored on it. There are many misconceptions

Hard Truths about Cloud Differences


Which of the many cloud approaches should medium to large enterprises take to optimize their data center operations? Check out the different approaches and their pros and cons. More>>

The top concerns with cloud storage services


A recent survey suggests that the top concerns of cloud storage users are the security of a service, storage limitations, file syncing and missing files. The report documents the key issues, and the potential fixes to streamline storage. More>>

Is cloud data storage right for your organization?


As the hype begins to clear on the cloud, let’s look at the readiness of cloud data storage. Here’s an insight into various types of data and the ability of cloud data storage services to handle them. More>>

How Data Deduplication Works

IT managers and executives face explosive data growth, driving up costs of storage for backup and disaster recovery (DR). This paper explains in detail how data deduplication technology reduces backup storage requirements and DR operations. More>>

Data Security, Storage: Businesses Struggle with High Costs

Data is the lifeblood for any business. Whether it is the information about their customers, records of previous transactions, performance metrics or financial results, organizations depend on data to deliver critical insight into what they're doing and what they need to do next. But that same information can be a