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10 things IT architects should consider when choosing data storage technologies

September 19, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  TechRepublic

One important part of dealing with data is figuring out how and where to store it. Here are ten things to think about when choosing the right data storage technologies for your enterprise or project.

Data is something that companies grapple with every day – after all, we are in the era of Big Data. How to gather it, analyze it and interpret it. But one important part of dealing with data is figuring out how and where to store it. Below are 10 things to think about when choosing the right data storage technologies for your enterprise or project.

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