The Anatomy of a 100-Year Archive for Unstructured Data

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Fred Moore, Horison Information Strategies; Eric Bassier, Senior Director of Product Marketing

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Relentless data growth is inevitable as digital data has become critical to all aspects of human life over the course of the past 30 years, and it promises to play a much greater role over the next 30 years. Much of this data will be stored forever mandating the emergence of a more intelligent and highly secure long-term storage infrastructure. Retention requirements vary widely based on the type of data, but archival data is rapidly piling up in every business. Given its potential value, modern data archiving has surpassed backup becoming a key strategy for enterprises and a required discipline hyperscale data centers. In this session, Fred and Eric will discuss why Archiving has become so relevant, the applications fueling archive relevance, the scale of unstructured data growth, and the anatomy of the 100-year archive that many enterprises may need within the decade.

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