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Practical Steps toward Information Lifecycle Management


Organizations use and generate information every day. It comes in many forms: invoices, employee records, e-mail and marketing materials. These waves of information accumulate and grow over time so it is extremely important to store, manage and protect the data properly, because it is necessary for daily operations. A business needs the data to run.


Each business determines the value of its data and since no two organizations are alike, they don't contain the same data. Like the data itself, the way each enterprise implements ILM will be unique. It depends on what your business needs, and it will evolve with time.


Download this white paper to learn about the key steps to follow for implementing ILM:


  • Discover your information assets
  • Classify data by required service levels
  • Map service levels to infrastructure tiers
  • Actively manage data over its lifecycle


Michael Fisch Director of Storage and Networking, The Clipper Group Michael Fisch is Director of Storage and Networking for The Clipper Group. He brings over ten years of experience in the computer industry working in sales, market analysis and positioning, and engineering. Mr. Fisch worked at EMC Corporation as a marketing program manager focused on service providers and as a competitive market analyst. Before that, he worked in international channel development, manufacturing, and technical support at Extended Systems, Inc. Mr. Fisch earned an MBA from Babson College and a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Idaho.
EMC Corporation
30 May 2007
17 Nov 2006
6 Page(s)
White Paper

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