Windows Server 2008 File Classification Infrastructure
Data and data storage continue to grow in importance for most businesses and organizations. But the very reliance of business operations on electronic data adds new dimensions of complexity to managing this vital resource. Companies also bear increasing regulatory pressure over their data, while at the same time facing increasing risks from data leakage. IT departments must manage increasingly large and unwieldy storage infrastructures. According to IDCs report "Workloads 2008: Understanding Server and Storage System Deployment," file server workload storage terabyte growth will have a 51 percent compound annual growth rate for calendar years 2008 through 2012. Storage is no longer simply a marginal expense, and the cost of storage-related security breaches can be hundreds of dollars per record.