Spectra Logic, a global leader in data management and data storage solutions, today announced the release of its seventh Data Storage Outlook report. This comprehensive annual report explores how the world manages, accesses, uses and preserves its ever-growing data repositories. Serving as a valuable planning resource for IT leaders, it also delves into the strategies and technologies designed with the vital role of protecting the data being created now and in the future.
“Supply shortages, an onslaught of cybercrime, and staggering data creation rates have sparked an unflagging commitment to data storage technology advancements and new distributed cloud interoperability,” said Spectra Logic Senior Director of Emerging Markets David Trachy. “These advancements will serve as the foundation of future storage, preservation, management and usage of the world’s treasury of information.”
This latest edition of the Data Storage Outlook report examines the technologies defining the long-term storage landscape today, covering persistent memory, flash, magnetic disk, tape, optical, cloud and future storage innovation.
Highlights explored within the 2022 report include:
To download Spectra Logic’s full “2022 Data Storage Outlook” report, CLICK HERE.
About Spectra LogicSpectra Logic based in Boulder, Colorado but operational around the world, offers a full range of Attack Hardened data management and data storage solutions for a multi-cloud world. Dedicated solely to data storage innovation for more than 40 years, Spectra Logic helps organizations modernise their IT infrastructures and protect and preserve their data with a broad portfolio of solutions that enable them to manage, migrate, store and preserve business data long-term. It also offers innovative features to make backups more ransomware resilient with solutions including on-premises, in the single cloud or across multiple clouds as well as off-site guidance…and in all locations at once.
To learn more, visit www.spectralogic.com.
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