Amazing Growth in Data Requires Innovative New Solutions

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Following the rise of data is the rise of new storage systems designed to tackle them. Enterprise IT departments are required to optimize storage capacity, performance, cost, and energy use, which is why they require new storage systems to be scalable, software-defined and capable of replacing traditional backup systems. Additionally, they need to be secure and help keep enterprises from running afoul of compliance regulations such as HIPAA.

File data is growing at an exponential rate. While that isn't exactly breaking news for most observers, the rate at which data is growing still boggles the mind. Devices, applications and users all store more data than ever before, and for a variety of reasons – including compliance and analytics – data is rarely deleted.

But with technical challenges come new technologies, and, in this case, emerging enterprise storage that harnesses the power of cloud has stepped in to overcome these challenges. In this slideshow, Nasuni, a provider of Cloud NAS, will highlight the amazing growth in file data and what is being done to take control of this rapid expansion.

 

Related Topics : Fujitsu, Storage Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Virtual Tape Library, InfiniBand

 
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