Technology and business end users view current data handling practices of storing, updating, and accessing data as both a problem and a significant strategic advantage. IT managers are worried about their ability of properly manage information dispersed throughout their companies. They are looking to data consolidation for better information management, protection, and sharing. Backup remains a concern for these managers.This book defines and explains the components that make up total cost of ownership along with the impact of integrating current technology changes. It considers what data is stored, how the data is accessed, and the data's security, volume, and growth. This book provides everything an IT manager needs in order to develop an efficient and cost-effective data storage plan.
DEC 31, 1969