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The Forrester Tech Tide™: Storage Technologies For Business Data, Q4 2019

Eighteen Technologies Underpin Business Data Storage

October 21, 2019

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A firm's choice of technologies for storing business data as it passes through all stages of its lifecycle affects its ability to serve customers. To find the data storage technology that will best accelerate business performance, companies are evaluating and adopting a range of options. This Forrester Tech Tide™ report presents an analysis of the maturity and business value of the 18 technology categories for business data storage. Enterprise infrastructure and operations (I&O) pros should read this report to shape their firm's investment approach to these technologies.

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Table of Contents

  • Leverage Storage Technologies For Business Success
  • Select Storage Technologies That Offer High Business Value
  • Invest In And Maintain Storage Technologies With High Business Value
  • Experiment With Persistent Storage, NVMe, And Storage-Class Memory
  • Invest In Hyperconverged Infrastructure, Scale-Out Storage, And Others
  • Maintain Flash Storage, SAN Storage, NAS, And Others
  • Divest From Direct-Attached Storage, Tape Drive, VTL, And Others
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