The Data Storage Imperative: Backup, Recovery and Archiving in Australia & New Zealand

The Data Storage Imperative: Backup, Recovery and Archiving in Australia & New Zealand

This document analyses some of the key trends, perceptions, and actions that IT organisations are undertaking as they seek to cost-effectively store data to support business requirements while also complying with rapidly changing regulations. For this study, Forrester has surveyed 550 respondents across 11 countries in AP, including 50 in Australia and 30 in New Zealand, and conducted in-depth interviews with a mix of senior IT and business decision-makers who have deep knowledge of their organisation’s IT operations. Read more.
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