The IT industry is now viewing data as being more valuable than oil, comparing its necessity today to water.

How you store this data will dictate what you can do with it in the future. Data is saved in a couple of different formats: Structured data, also referred to as “Block and Storage” and Unstructured data, also referred to as “File Storage”.

Join Joe Cox, Storage Architect, June 11th at 11am CDT to understand the options and determine the right strategy for handling unstructured data growth that suits your company’s data policies and needs. Register here

Structured data is data organized into a fixed format, data model or “schema”. Structured data is designed so it can be passed into another application, such as a business intelligence package, for further analysis. Block storage is ideal for performance-intensive primary storage.

Traditional unstructured data stores are made up of text, photos, and audio. Increasingly, unstructured data comes from sources outside of an organization including social media or IoT devices. Becasue Unstructured data is growing at a rate of 55-65 percent each year, enterprises find it challenging to efficiently (and affordably) store and manage this unprecedented volume of data. These challenges demand new technology and strategy.

Download our Unstructured Data handbook by entering your email below to understand how Visual Storage Intelligence (VSI) provides you with the ability to make cents of your Unstructured Data growth and:

• Match performance requirements
• Scale anywhere from small to extremely large deployments
• Mhare data to different applications
• Manage the data complexity