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What are the Latest Developments in Data Storage?

By Enterprise Technology Review | Tuesday, November 26, 2019

There is a lot of advancements happening in the data storage landscape as demands become exponential.

FREMONT, CA: Enterprises are rethinking and rebuilding their storage capabilities as the volume of data grows. Storage systems are always under some kind of evolution, but the rate of transformation has increased due to the current spur of digitalization. Knowing about the trends in data storage enables companies to be proactive in their approach to drive advancements. Besides, understanding the trends also allow firms to design their long-term approach to storage infrastructure. Some of the latest developments having an impact on the data storage sector are listed below.

Security and Accessibility at the Focal Point

Data accessibility and privacy are two principal challenges that are gaining importance due to the rise in data breaches and privacy attacks. Organizations can’t risk the security of their mission-critical, sensitive data. Present-day services require data to be available across networks with various vendors and hardware configurations. Any mishandling of such a widely distributed array of data can result in massive losses to the firms.

Storage Analytics with Backing from ML and AI

Modern data centers are designed to store and process a broad array of data. With increased global interactions, data and applications are now distributed across various geographical locations within an enterprise's network structure. Enterprises are looking forward to AI as a way to streamline their existing data storage capacities, as well as to identify prospective trends in storage. Organizations are already considering   ML-powered products to control and analyze massive data sets more effectively.

Cloud Technology and Cloud-Backed Solutions

Research has shown that 81 percent of the companies are using more than one cloud type in the form IaaS or PaaS. Thus, the businesses are choosing to rely on different cloud applications rather than accumulating all their data in a single cloud server. A multi-cloud data storage solution enables uniform data management by using cloud platforms that ensure flexibility, security, and the right balance between evolving data privacy regulations.

Enterprises are eyeing dynamic storage strategies covering all the above aspects. Technology, combined with the intention to remodel existing storage facilities, is vital to stay abreast of the data storage trends.

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