Much of an organization’s electronic data consists of unstructured data (80+%) made up of PSTs, employee work files, employee desktop backups, system generated files, versions, and to a lesser extent, corporate legal department eDiscovery results sets. Depending on the company, a large portion of this data could be attributed to departed employees where their accounts, file shares, and even email accounts were not closed. In most cases, this unstructured data is unmanaged, left almost entirely to end users to manage… which means it's not managed.
According to IDC, healthcare data is one of the fastest growing segments of the digital universe – growing from 153 exabytes in 2013 to an estimated 2,314 exabytes in 2020, a 48% annual growth rate. So where will the healthcare industry put all of this critical and sensitive data and how long must it be held?
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