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  • sensor data

    Sensor data is the output of a device that detects and responds to some type of input from the physical environment. The output may be used to provide information or input to another system or to guide a process.

  • data reduction

    Data reduction minimizes the amount of data an organization needs to store, usually by eliminating redundant information. The most common data reduction methods are deduplication and compression.

  • data archiving

    Data archiving migrates infrequently used data to low-cost, high-capacity archive storage for long-term retention.

  • data residency (data sovereignty)

    Data residency is the physical location or locations of an organization's data and the area of storage management involved with managing the complexities resulting from the locations in question....

  • data currency (data as currency)

    Data currency is monetary value assigned to data so that it can be used as the unit of exchange in a transaction either as the sole payment or in combination with money.

  • Data center infrastructure that supports big data

    Many data centers aren't built to handle the type of resource-intensive tasks that a big data project requires. The old tools and technologies simply won't get the job done when you're talking about sophisticated...

  • data literacy

    Data literacy is the ability to derive information from data, just as literacy in general is the ability to derive information from the written word.

  • data silo

    A data silo exists when an organization's departments and systems cannot, or do not, communicate freely with one another and encourage the sharing of business-relevant data.

  • Data reduction methods for the all-flash data center

    When deploying flash technology, the most efficient system is one that performs data reduction methods inline.

  • Deal with data capacity challenges

    Data capacity challenges -- and the anxiety they bring -- result from the rapid explosion of data growth combined with barely increasing budgets.

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