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The pace of data growth continues to accelerate. The latest numbers suggest worldwide annual growth rates of 23.71% from more devices and applications generating data, larger file sizes, and the use of media files such as images and video. For enterprises, the storage requirements are growing at an even faster pace of 42.2% annually! The data generated at the edge further adds to the challenge. Industry studies suggest that by 2025, the edge will generate 75% of data outside the data center. In the distributed enterprise, IT organizations must maintain capacity, availability, backup, and disaster recovery plans for hundreds or even thousands of locations, often with different technologies.
Data growth entails expenses for hardware, software, maintenance, and management. It impacts data management strategies for maintaining performance, security, backup, recovery, archiving, and governance. These issues are especially challenging in the context of flat or slowly rising IT budgets. As the pace of data growth continues to accelerate, organizations face increasing hardware, software, management, and maintenance expenses.
Additionally, there is a plethora of data silos without global visibility into the file data of their multiple network attached storage (NAS) devices and file servers. Based on enterprise-class software-defined storage, cloud-based NAS consolidation migrates file data from multiple file servers and NAS devices into a cloud-based storage platform.
This report provides guidance on the TOP 5 providers organizations should consider to gain the benefits of consolidating file data in the cloud.

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