Chances are, if you are having backup problems, your issue is caused by large unstructured data. Among that mass of unstructured data that is making backup difficult, you're likely to find an increasing amount of data that never changes. Industry analysts have observed that by the year 2020, a full 50% of the data passing over the network (and stored somewhere) is going to be video and images. So the question becomes: Are you ready to look at the composition of your unstructured data to see what data has snuck in? And find an easy archiving software you can install to migrate this data OUT of your active data pool and out of your backup data process?
By Eric Bassier
In Archive Storage, Deduplication, Media & Entertainment, Scale-out Storage, VM Backup & Archive, Workflow StoragePosted
Why do companies continue to store that data on their most expensive, highest performance storage? A better approach – and a way companies can completely rethink their backup and archive approach to unstructured data – is to employ a tiered storage approach. Quantum is a specialist in designing tiered storage solutions for unstructured data – we’ve been doing it for years in the most demanding data environments like M&E, Government, and Oil and Gas. So we can use some of our core technologies and our core approach, to design tiered storage solutions for the data center.