/// The Next Step for Computing: The Storage Fabric

January 29, 2013  |  All Things Digital


Image copyright J.D.S. Do you care about losing your wallet? Or is it what’s inside your wallet that’s more important? When you phrase the question that way, the answer becomes pretty obvious. You worry about your driver’s license and credit cards and, in particular, the information contained on those pieces of plastic. Wallets and credit cards are really just vehicles for valuable data. At the same time, those vehicles come in handy when you’re in the checkout line at Target. This two-part relationship is an essential element in the evolution of what you could call the storage fabric. The storage fabric consists of the ability to access data nearly anywhere at any time, as well as a superstructure of hardware, software and services to deliver and manage it

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The Next Step for Computing: The Storage Fabric

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