Recorded audio from the Peer Incite:
Mark your calendars for Wikibon’s next Peer Incite ... Tue, May 15th!
The growth in volume of data, the expansion of data types, the requirements for security, confidentiality, immutability, and availability are driving new approaches for storage, data protection, and data access. John Meyers, Assistant professor of Medicine and Director of Technology at Boston University School of Medicine, found that in his shared-services environment, legacy approaches using massively replicated data silos had increasingly become an untenable approach. In order to avoid multiplication of data, he created a single repository that could more efficiently meet the requirements for data security, data backup, data archive, and data access.
Join the Wikibon community as we discuss:
- What are the expected growth rates of data using a single repository approach?
- How will using a single repository impact disaster recovery methods and testing?
- How can organizations use a single repository to provide data access, while maintaining data security and regulatory compliance?
- What can organizations save by utilizing a single repository for data protection and archive?
- What are the risks associated with a single repository?
Please join us...
Call in details below:
Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET (9:00am - 10:00am PT)
We hope to see you there...
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