Internal cloud storage is the second most likely technology to be added to 2013 storage budgets, as enterprises remain cautious about external cloud storage, which they accept as useful for email but not for general capacity. That’s according to a study by TheInfoPro, a service of 451 Research.

The firm’s latest Storage Study, in which it queried 260 storage professionals at large or mid-size companies in North America and Europe during the first half of 2013, shows that enterprise storage capacity is more than doubling every two years, exceeding the rate of Moore's Law.

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