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June 28, 2009


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Julian Cook

It’s good to see Dan and yourself expanding the debate around the usage of cloud computing to include what data should be moved into the cloud, not just what infrastructure. Assuming adequate data security measures have been implemented, organizations should be considering what class of data is best suited to the cloud i.e. how can I leverage cloud computing to lower the cost of information management while still satisfying business requirements and SLA’s. For example, at RainStor we realized that while our technology was capable of supporting a broad range of cloud-based data management services, historical data in legacy applications that is accessed infrequently but needs to be retained for legal, regulatory or business purposes was the most appropriate data to manage in the cloud. As such we’ve decided to initially focus on delivering a cloud archive service for retiring legacy applications http://tinyurl.com/pp42jd.


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