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Published: 22 Oct 2012

Survey 78% Percentage of respondents who aren't fully prepared to handle a single spike of data 10 times greater than what typically passes through their networks 17% Percentage of respondents who say new Web-based services drive their need for increased storage and data access performance 22% Percentage of respondents who say they expect a 34% to 50% increase in their data storage needs over the next two years 51% Percentage of respondents who say their firm lost productivity because of a data overload at a critical time Source: From a BPM Forum survey sponsored by BlueArc Access >>>

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