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  • How to tell when it's time to implement data classification

    Many companies fail to recognize the importance of their data and its impact on everyday business operations. The process of data classification helps businesses understand what data is actually available, its location in the enterprise, how that dat... 

  • Data classification: Future directions

    Corporate information resources regularly stretch into the terabytes (thousands of gigabytes) with many thousands (even millions) of individual files to contend with -- but the problem is now far more complex than simply "finding files". Finding spec... 

  • Data classification: User perspectives

    Corporate information resources regularly stretch into the terabytes (thousands of gigabytes) with many thousands (even millions) of individual files to contend with -- but the problem is now far more complex than simply "finding files". Finding spec... 

  • The compliance payoffs for securing vulnerable information at rest

    Kevin Beaver highlights several business needs associated with securing data at rest. 

  • An introduction to thin provisioning

    One of the more important but often misunderstood advancements within data storage is thin provisioning. This article defines and discusses thin provisioning, its economic impact and how it works. 

  • Understanding compliance: Beyond data protection

    Data retention is only one part of regulatory compliance. For storage, compliance can be grouped into two focus areas: data management and governance. 

  • archival storage

    In computers, archival storage is storage for data that may not be actively needed but is kept for possible future use or for record-keeping purposes. 

  • DVD-RAM

    DVD-RAM is a DVD(optical disc) technology for high-capacity data storage for computers. 

  • near-line storage

    Near-line storage is the on-site storage of data on removable media. 

  • HD-ROM (High-Density - Read Only Memory)

    HD-ROM (High-Density - Read Only Memory) is a high-capacity storage technology developed at Norsam Technologies in conjunction with an IBM research group that enables a disk to store hundreds of times as much information as a CD-ROM. HD-ROM uses a ve...