Discovering the secrets of managing data growth

Daniels, Warren
May 2007
IM@T.Online;May2007, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increasing rates of data growth in businesses enterprises and on various alternatives to resolve the issue. Recent survey conducted by the Independent Oracle Users Group reveals that more than 92% of the respondents expect their database storage to grow due to key factors like increased electronic transactions. It therefore notes the needed resolution of the data growth issue due to its consequences to the important areas in businesses. Though additional data storage may temporarily solve the problem, the enterprise data management computer system is considered a more efficient alternative.


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