Solving the Problem of Persistent Data Retention
sponsored by SGI

With the onset of government-mandated regulations surrounding the retention and retrieval of corporate data, it has become critical to know where persistent data is, to be able to immediately retrieve precisely what is needed, and to be completely sure that the data is still intact even as it is locked away in the archive. The ability to do this can make the difference between winning or losing lawsuits, saving lives, and ensuring that years of irreplaceable work is protected.

Because corporations are increasingly aware of the role and value of persistent data in the enterprise, they are taking a more careful look at storage technologies and methodologies to ensure it is protected. This includes expanding the definitions of data availability and data integrity. 

Read this paper to learn the techniques for ensuring that persistent data in the enterprise today will really be available when it is needed in the future.

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