A lot of attention is paid to making data accessible as quickly as possible, but that comes at a price. There are situations — typically driven by regulations — where it is necessary to store data beyond the period during which you expect to use it.
In the age of Big Data, the rule seems to be “Collect everything now, figure out what to do with it later”. Unfortunately, this is often a costly mistake. Cloud storage is getting cheaper by the day – so you certainly can do it – but the real question is why should you do it?
By kyeling, December 18, 2017
NTT Communications ICT Solutions has launched new storage services based on Nimble Storage’s All Flash Systems for its utility, cloud and managed services customers.
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