Tiers for fears

Managing huge volumes of data has become one of the biggest business headaches. Ian Campbell talks to storage experts about making it accessible, compliant and recoverable

11th October, 2020
Tiers for fears
Aligning different types of data to different storage technologies is all about tiering, using the most appropriate media for different use cases

Almost every organisation is responsible for its very own data explosion, generating huge volumes of structured and unstructured data. Some of this data needs to be stored carefully for regulatory reasons, and some needs to be instantly accessible because it is critical to the success of a business – it might even be the business if it’s an internet company.

Aligning different types of data to different storage technologies is all about tiering,...

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