Conclusion: Storage capacity growth rates have accelerated from a historical average of 30% to more than 50%, ensuring that data management and storage remains one of the key IT infrastructure issues though 2012. However, as the total storage capacity for unstructured data rapidly overtakes that for structured data, simply adding more storage capacity in an ad-hoc fashion will no longer work. Instead IT organisations must create new data storage strategies that can deal with the more rapid growth (60%-200%) of unstructured data.

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