In the opening three months of 2003, organisations as a whole increased their storage capacity by 49%. In any other industry that kind of growth in capacity would be regarded as wildly extravagant. But not in storage, where disk drive makers have continued to find ways of packing more data into smaller spaces and to build drives for less money. Just to stand still, some are finding they must increase the capacity of their machines by 50% or more a year.
With storage requirements and the storage capacity of systems increasing all the time, this Infoconomy industry report will help IT decision-makers understand how to make the most of their budgets and their storage and to take advantage of new technologies and management capabilities.