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Data classification podcast -- Transient, archival and production (TAP) data

SearchStorageChannel.com content partner Gear6 offers the following podcast from its Gear6 Analyst Spotlight. Discussing transient, archival and production (TAP) data are John Webster, senior analyst and founder of Data Mobility Group, and William Hurley, senior analyst of Data Mobility Group, moderated by Gary Orenstein, vice president of marketing at Gear6. The podcast is 20 minutes in duration.

Today's topic is Data Mobility Group's TAP framework. Highlights include:

  • TAP framework: Three data types to consider when architecting storage
  • Key data classification trends
  • Data classification best practices
  • Information time objectives and information point objectives
  • Storage virtualization: Definition and related storage services

PODCAST - DATA MOBILITY GROUP ON TAP DATA

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This was first published in December 2006

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