Control storage capacity with information lifecycle management
Traditional storage tiering has failed to transition smartly from centralized data centers to the more distributed IT infrastructures of today.
Data lifecycle management, or information lifecycle management (ILM), has a bad rep, but can be extremely beneficial when it comes to controlling storage capacity.
In this expert guide, Jon Toigo, CEO of Toigo Partners International and Chairman of the Data Management Institute, explains how ILM strategies can help classify data and control capacity by allocating it to the appropriate storage.
Read on to discover how recent improvements in ILM can enable your enterprise to truly benefit from implementing this strategy.