Tag Archives: data management

My home as a test bed for Data Management, ILM Policy, and Catalogs

I know I am opening myself up for some ridicule and perhaps more than a few comparisons but my house has a few terabytes of data to manage.  Eight terabytes of files, pictures, movies, audio and miscellaneous “stuff” in the … Continue reading

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Tackling that unstructured data mess, practically

Yesterday I wrote a little about the resurgence of phone calls asking about ILM and played a bit of a highlight reel as to a workable strategy from the perspective of a Compliance expert.  The challenge, as I stated, was … Continue reading

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Can you believe “ILM” is still an open question?

I’m writing this post on a dare.  I was challenged to write about some of the questions we thought were settled in 2005 but that in 2012 are again hot topics as we head into EMC World 2012.  This one … Continue reading

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