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Analytics Gallery: 2010 State Of Storage Report

A sampling of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research, as it appears in "Breaking Point: 2010 State of Storage Report," our deep-dive analysis into enterprise data and related storage requirements, as seen through the eyes of real-world business technology pros.
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SSDs are still a niche, but that's poised to change once prices drop and budgets recover. Only a third of our respondents say they have no plans to use SSDs, and the benefits of this technology will soon be hard to ignore.

Learn more about InformationWeek Analytics' Breaking Point: 2010 State of Storage Report [paid subscription required].

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