10%
store inactive data on
storage area networks
2014 DATA STORAGE BENCHMARKS
53%
Replace storage
systems within
five years...
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2014 Data Storage Benchmarks

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If you’re like most organizations that use expensive primary storage systems to store infrequently accessed data, you may be spending significantly more on storage than your peers. We surveyed more than 250 IT professionals to understand current storage strategies, particularly as it relates to inactive data. Read the whole report at: http://www.twinstrata.com/storage-survey-2014/

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2014 Data Storage Benchmarks

  1. 1. 10% store inactive data on storage area networks 2014 DATA STORAGE BENCHMARKS 53% Replace storage systems within five years Top 3 ways to meet capacity needs Budget implications of inactive data Top reasons for storage system replacement 60%Need more capacity New technology High maintenance costs Manufacturer end of life 49% 54% 38% 30% delete old data buy more disks 79% replace systems 40% 52% Sources: All statistics collected from a survey of 254 IT professionals involved with storage strategy. To read the full report, visit: http://www.twinstrata.com/storage-survey-2014 56% estimate more than half their data is inactive 22% estimate more than 3/4 is spend MORE than of IT budget on storage Estimates of inactive data of organizations storing inactive data solely on SANs and NAS use the public cloud to store inactive data 62% 39%

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