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Premiered:  23 Dec 2010
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Every day, 15 petabytes of new information is being generated. Eighty percent of new data growth is unstructured content, generated mostly by email, with increasing contributions by documents, images, and video and audio files.

Archiving helps organizations deal with the massive amounts of information, but when they try to actually source and implement an archiving and retention solution organizations are faced with additional challenges:

  • There are lots of archiving solutions that are only hardware or software, so clients have to integrate multiple components, possibly from different vendors with very little guidance.
  • There are existing stand-alone archiving solutions, but most do not address the breadth of the Volume, Variety, and Velocity challenges.
  • There’s no single archiving infrastructure that has the flexibility to meet multiple regulatory requirements.

This video explains how the IBM Smart Archive Strategy meets these challenges head on. Watch this video to learn how the Smart Archive Strategy is a broad strategy that helps organizations leverage IBM’s capabilities to design specific strategic archiving solutions for their unique needs.

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