Why Preserve Data?
Studies by IBM and The Clipper Group have shown that less that 30% of stored data is active and 95% of data is accessed less than five times but there are probably three main reasons why you need to preserve data:
Compliance - Often regulatory requirements dictate that companies must keep data for a defined period of time and that it must be easily accessible.
Future Access Required
You may have data that is currently not required but there could be a need to access it in the future so you can’t get rid of it
Free up space
It is likely that up to 80% of data sitting on live systems is not being used but taking up costly primary storage space so why not move it to a digital archiving service?
So there you have it, you need to preserve data because it’s valuable, you have to (compliance) or it’s simply in the wrong place. Our digital archiving service makes perfect sense because:
It comes with a 100% data guarantee
It’s Safe and secure
It’s cost effective (up to half the price of spinning disk solutions)
It’s totally transparent and you have control
It provides access to data within five minutes
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