Data is growing beyond IT budgets’ ability to provide storage to keep it in. At the same time, there is a strong desire to use data as a tool for business innovation while meeting regulatory requirements for data security, retention and access. This means prioritizing massive amounts of different types of data. Managing data with different priorities and time sensitivities requires tiered storage that enables clients to manage critical and secondary data differently. Clients will increasingly mix various storage technologies -- solid state drives, flash, disk and tape storage -- to achieve the right mix.
With today's modern solutions, enterprises should be able to transform backup and recovery from a low-level legacy IT function to a modern function delivering continuity and value to the entire business. ... More >>