Develop an Integrated Information and Storage Management Plan
Focus on the business goals as a means to justify storage reduction. Storage capacity cannot increase forever. IT needs to be pro-active in developing disposition schedules.
Traditionally storage management and information management have been separately owned. Today’s expanding creation and use of content means that the cost of storage is tightly coupled to use and management of information. To control storage costs and ensure sufficient flexibility in the storage portfolio, IT must start to define the cost of content storage and present ways to control that growth.
We explored the following to help us understand the research landscape:
What are the goals of storage management?
How does policy fit into the storage planning?
Who owns development of storage?
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