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January 2018, Vol. 16, No. 11

Future of data storage technology: Transformational trends for 2018

Sometimes big changes sneak up on you, especially when you're talking about the future of data storage technology. For example, when exactly did full-on cloud adoption become fully accepted by all those risk-averse organizations, understaffed IT shops and disbelieving business executives? I'm not complaining, but the needle of cloud acceptance tilted over sometime in the recent past without much ado. It seems everyone has let go of their fear of cloud and hybrid operations as risky propositions. Instead, we've all come to accept the cloud as something that's just done. Sure, cloud was inevitable, but I'd still like to know why it finally happened now. Maybe it's because IT consumers expect information technology will provide whatever they want on demand. Or maybe it's because everything IT implements on premises now comes labeled as private cloud. Influential companies, such as IBM, Microsoft and Oracle, are happy to help ease folks formerly committed to private infrastructure toward hybrid architectures that happen to use their...

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