Tiered storage in Health IT: Prioritize your data based on its importance
sponsored by EMC Isilon

In tiered storage architecture, data is assigned to different types of storage devices depending on its importance to an organization. Mission-critical information is stored on the fastest systems, and archival data that is rarely retrieved goes on the slowest, least expensive storage.  

In this webcast, Marc Staimer, president of Dragon Slayer Consulting, describes the basics of tiered storage architecture and demonstrates how health care organizations can set policies to automate the process of moving data to different tiers.

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