Premium Content

Access "Storage budget plans still coping with capacity and performance"

Published: 01 May 2014

Non-stop data growth and the need for speed are still the driving forces behind storage budget plans for 2014. Rich Castagna analyzes the results of our twelfth annual survey. About the survey This is the twelfth year we've fielded the Storage magazine/ Purchasing Intentions survey. Storage magazine subscribers and members are invited to participate in the survey, which gathers information related to storage managers' purchasing plans for a variety of storage product categories. This year's survey had 563 qualified respondents across a broad spectrum of industries, with the average company size measured as having revenue of $1.1 billion. It's been said that the only sure bets in life are death and taxes, but for a storage professional, unrelenting capacity demands and ever-shrinking backup windows might seem just as inevitable … and unwelcome. For the twelfth year in a row, we've persuaded some of those storage pros to take a few minutes out of their hectic schedules and complete our annual Storage Purchasing Intentions ... Access >>>

Access TechTarget
Premium Content for Free.

By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy

What's Inside


More Premium Content Accessible For Free

  • Backing up virtual machines is easier than ever

    One of the toughest things about supporting virtual servers was ensuring their data was protected. When traditional backup tools struggled with ...

  • The state of flash storage technology

    In a relatively short time, solid-state storage has made an indelible mark on storage systems and data center environments. Today, few arrays ship...

  • Big data storage challenges: Speed, capacity and HDFS integration

    Big data infrastructure and analytics are some of the hottest technology topics today, and it can sometimes seem impossible to dissect and digest all...