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New use cases require rethinking architecture to store data

by Christian Smith – August 19, 2015

Earlier we wrote about Storage is Cool and how new use cases are creating new architectures. This article from ZDNet, featuring Queensland State Archives, is a great example of a new use case that requires rethinking the architecture to store data at this capacity for this amount of time. 

See the article at ZDNet.

We feel it is important to rethink current problems or think differenty. What do you think?

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