The relentless decline in the cost of storage has made it cheaper to retain information than to throw it away. That plays well to the human propensity for keeping stuff around, a hoarding instinct that has made the US self-storage industry a $40 billion business.
While some data clearly has value and should be kept, other pieces of data can actually be deleterious to a company’s financial and legal health and should be disposed as soon as legally possible...Click below to read this article in Datanami.
For cloud security specialists, these are strange times, indeed. The SaaS model may have investors seeing dollar signs, but is it, in fact, the best way to ensure cloud security, and specifically the security of data stored in the cloud?
Data is valuable. However, it can become old, lose its value, and even become risky to keep. In this article, Bill Tolson, VP of global compliance and eDiscovery, Archive 360, discusses why organizations should actively manage their data.
Industry executives and experts share their predictions for 2020. Read them in this 12th annual VMblog.com series exclusive.
A new year brings new threats: Here's what cyber lawyers and technologists expect to be the big cybersecurity stories of 2020.