Posted by Jon Toigo on April 7, 2017
Data Management Moves to the Fore. Part 3: Data Management Requires Storage Resource and Services Management Too

Previously, we discussed how data might be classified and segregated so that policies could be developed to place data on infrastructure in a deliberative manner – that is,  in a way that optimizes data access, storage resources and services, and storage costs over the useful life of the data itself.  From the standpoint of cognitive data management, data management policies constitute the instructions or programs that the cognitive engine processes to place and move data on and within infrastructure over time.

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