Cloud storage diversifies for enterprise purposes
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The amount of information organizations have to deal with on a regular basis is expanding exponentially. Where once a company could rely on a set amount of data being generated each day, now the rate at which files are emerging has made it difficult for many businesses to create meaningful and compliant cloud storage architecture. The solution for a growing number of firms is to implement diversified portfolios of digital media.
This is not limited to just adding individual deployments, as TechTarget wrote. Instead, organizations are focusing on different models of cloud storage that target the kind of information in a file, rather than just creating caches of individually named documents. Object storage will take over in an effort to establish cloud control over large volumes of data, creating an environment that’s dominated by servers with nodes of documents and applications populating the information landscape.
IT Business Edge stated that predictions for 2014 call for more true cloud storage implementation, with fewer companies relying on physical hardware for in-house needs and instead turning to tools that support more meaningful digital deployments. This could result in all-new methods of doing business for many IT organizations, the source added.