Most data gets old or, rather, loses its production value very quickly -- often instantly. It then begins to pile up on file servers, slows hardware performance and poses an unnecessary risk. More and more organizations are realizing that unconditionally expanding their storage footprint is simply not sustainable or productive.  

The question then becomes how to reduce it and retain that which adds value to existing and future business. After all, some data may be subject to regulation or compliance as well as internal policy mandates.

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