As an industry rule, how many storage administrators should be on staff per terabyte of data? We currently have 20 terabytes of data on all platforms of storage and there are only two administrators for this amount of data.
There have been several reports from analysts that go into the requirements for storage administrators based on a specific vendor's storage products but, I haven't seen nor heard of any specific ratios that have been established of storage administrators to overall storage pool.
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