Post by Colm Keegan (thank you)
Unstructured data is becoming a big headache for many organizations. By some estimates, this type of data (user files, emails, PDFs, images, videos, etc.) now accounts for up to 90% of all new data growth. While most of this information quickly becomes stale shortly after its creation, many organizations can no longer just simply purge these data stores to shrink their storage footprint. Internal corporate data governance, regulatory compliance mandates and new business intelligence initiatives are making it a necessity to retain unstructured data repositories for longer periods of time.
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