Transforming Storage: Protecting Data Forever

May 8th, 2013 |
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Transforming Storage – Episode 1 – When terrorists tried to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993, Wall Street started to seriously worry about the safety of their financial data. The moment marks a shift in thinking about the capabilities of storage. Financial executives wanted their data mirrored in a distant location and available in real time. The significance of storage as more than essentially an archival activity has grown. In this series launch, Intel’s Mike McGrath talks about the challenge of keeping data alive forever and the usage models of storage today.

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