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Does Data Collection Waste Time and Resources?

While IT and many organizations are in the midst of an unprecedented explosion in data-gathering, a new study finds that only 15 percent of all stored data contains business-critical information. The remaining 85 percent is either dark, meaning its value is unknown, redundant, obsolete or trivial. The reason, according to... Read More »

Is Data Collection a Waste of Time and Resources?

While IT and many organizations are in the midst of an unprecedented explosion in data-gathering, a new study finds that only 15 percent of all stored data contains business-critical information. The remaining 85 percent is either dark, meaning its value is unknown, redundant, obsolete or trivial. The reason, according to... Read More »

Panning for Data: Turning Information Into Gold

The majority of CIOs and IT decision-makers say they can't keep up with storage demands for all of the data required for business, according to Read More »

How IT Addresses Severe Storage Issues

The majority of surveyed IT pros revealed they're experiencing storage performance and capacity challenges on at least an occasional basis, according to a recent survey commissioned by Tegile... Read More »

The Best Way to Use Data to Cut Costs? Delete It

A recent mindset challenges the assumption that data storage costs will continue to decline and argues that collecting and indiscriminately storing data can be detrimental to business. The solution: deleting some data. In his thought piece, "Why Data Deletion Makes Sense (and Dollars),"... Read More »

8 Reasons to Update Your Approach to Data Security

It's time to shift your thinking about data security, according to security and data experts at DataGravity, a data-aware storage platform. "Many people consider data security to be synonymous with perimeter security," said Perry Dickau, director of product management at DataGravity. "However, with the rise in data breaches in today's IT... Read More »

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