Object Storage Vs. Overloaded File Servers

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There’s data that is being collected by computer systems and there are issues related to the storage of this data. Here, we explain that external storage has limits as to how much data it can store. It is also highlighted that the computer input that needs the most data storage comes from sources outside the computer, like cameras and traffic cams. In the conclusion it is mentioned that buying external storage devices (which often happens before capturing data) will eventually lead to a problem because it contains limits as to how much it can store.

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http://www.informationweek.com/storage/systems/object-storage-vs-overloaded-file-server/240160840?cid=RSSfeed_IWK_ALL