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Re: Bite the Bullet and Throw Away Your Data
Posted by: Ashish Nadkarni 2009-06-03 05:05:08
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It should come as no surprise to any IT manager that your organization's appetite for data keeps growing every minute. No sooner than a new set of storage tools is deployed, it becomes clear there's a need for more, and you start planning the next wave of hardware purchases. More hardware means more floor space, power and cooling -- it's a vicious circle. If you imagine that this appetite for consumption is going to be questioned at some point in the interest of trying to curtail the IT carbon footprint, then you are not alone.


Reclaiming space with care
Posted by: shubh 2009-06-03 05:11:58 In reply to: Ashish Nadkarni
Thanks for this informatory write-up. Success of all the measures like Reclaiming space, Cleaning of structured data and investing in Next-Generation solutions etc largely depends upon reliability of the system security level and server reliability. Reclaiming space practice has become necessary but sometimes it delivers adverse affects also. So, it should be done with utmost care.
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