June 30, 2016 / GuidesFor Team
How much data and cyber documents are you storing in your servers right now? How many of them are truly relevant to your operations? How many of them are costing you money unnecessarily by the simple act of storing them until you decide what to do with them?
These are the questions that give any department manager a headache with a size that matches the volume of data stored in the office’s computers. The amount of data has been increasing exponentially, and not all of them are useful. As early as two years ago, Eric Siegel, a former assistant professor at Columbia University, estimates that the amount of data in the world increases by 2.5 quintillion bytes every single day. It’s a number with enough zeroes to boggle your imagination.
Fortunately, the BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization cuts through all that cyber mountain of information to help you determine not just the amount of data stored in your servers, but evaluate the relevant that should be kept from the irrelevant that should be discarded. It does this by smartly pinpointing the factors that you should be aware of and consider in weighing the level of storage that you should use. All these empower you to make a reasonable, defensible budget that will give you the storage space you need, while still saving you money that the company can use for more productive purposes. Watch this YouTube video for more. – Cora Llamas
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