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Software-Defined Archiving | Compliance for your buisness data

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For many documents and data, retention periods of ten, thirty or more years apply. At the same time, the storage industry is experiencing rapid technological progress. This area of ​​tension raises the question of a safe and economical handling of archive data. The only way out is to increase flexibility and adaptability to infrastructure.

 

Software-Defined Archiving (SDA) provides organizations with the ability to respond to their increased archiving needs flexibly, without being tied to storage vendors or hardware. Read in the whitepaper what Software-Defined Archiving means, how the approach differs from other archival storage solutions, and whether the it is worthwhile for your archive storage.

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