Monday, 25 June 2012


free airtel gprs trick for august 2012
           hi friends after long time i come back with new proxy for free airtel gprs for july using this trick you can access free airtel gprs on your use free internet on your mobile using airtel just follow the step.

 step-1:-create a new gprs settings on your mobile.

step-2:-connection name:-Airtel Free Gprs


step-5:-proxy port:-80


step:-7:-save the settings

                after save the settings just restart your phone and enjoy free gprs airtel trick on your mobile.
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Wednesday, 20 June 2012


Features Of FB Limiter

  • Block facebook and youtube access on your computer to anyone who uses it (Normal Lock)
  • Limit facebook and youtube access to specific times during the week (e.g. Allow your kids to use facebook only one hour a day) (Time Lock - Pro version)
  • Block facebook and youtube access to yourself for specific time duration. In cases when you are too much distracted and want to be sure you will not get a chance to use facebook or youtube. (Total Lock - Pro version)
  • Control access to facebook on daily basis. (e.g. You could limit usage of facebook to just one hour daily) (Duration Lock - Pro version)

How To use Fb Limiter?

Grab your free copy of FB limiter by clicking here.Install and run the software on your computer.You will need to register for a free account to unlock the software.Once registered you will be greeted by a friendly user Interface (see screenshot below)

block facebook via fb limiter

Now you can block these website on a single click of mouse.
Another great feature of this softwae is that it is password protected.Even if somebody know that you are blocking websites using FB limiter still they won’t be able to unblock them as the software will ask for a password before it can be used.
This software is compatible with windows xp service pack 2 and later.So test out this software and share you experience via comments

Tuesday, 19 June 2012


android logo
             After successful post on cloud computing osworld is now going to post on android logo.
i think you people enjoy this article.todays my subject is why android logo is green?      
             How do you grow a business? There are many ways, but one is to pay others to help you. And according to paidContent and “sources who are familiar with the deals,” that’s how Google is growing it’s Android business. Apparently, Google is sharing advertising revenues with handset makers that build Android handsets. And here I thought that Android was simply a solid operating system.
I don’t know if the report is true, but I’m not sure I care all that much and more importantly, I wouldn’t be surprised by such a deal. Google’s core competency from a revenue perspective is in advertising. But it can’t simply earn advertising dollars on it’s own — it has to partner with other entities in some way. Today, Google matches up ad content with created content to show contextual, targeted ads. It makes a cut and so does the content partner. There’s a precedent for “browser money” too — Google pays Mozilla to be the default search engine in Firefox, for example. There could even be revenue sharing at work here, but even if not, Google is essentially paying Mozilla to get its product in front of more eyeballs, which in turn, potentially generates more ad revenue for Google. With that approach, why would anyone be surprised that Google could be sharing advertising revenues with handset makers? It’s the Google way and it’s also worth noting that it accounts for nearly 90% of Mozilla’s revenue.
Now the other question is — should Google be doing this? That’s not an easy one to answer and opinions are going to vary wildly. I’d rather see a product deployed solely because it’s a good product, but maybe that’s an old-school mindset. Times are changing, as are business models. And the reality is, Android actually is a good product. If it wasn’t, handset makers wouldn’t continue using it no matter how much they were getting paid — and I doubt that they’re making a mint off of mobile ad revenue sharing just yet, anyway. If they put out a crap hardware product due to a poor operating system, sooner or later, their reputation would be shot to pieces and their hardware business would slowly die.
Instead, I see more handset makers adopting Android and — more importantly — more consumers buying Android phones. Is that because Google is paying companies to build Android devices? It could be part of the reason, but don’t overlook the fact that Android isn’t a bad mobile platform. And aside from the fact that we’re potentially talking about revenue sharing for hardware and not software, how is this different than the business model Google has followed for years? Personally, if it’s true, I think it’s ingenious and it explains why the Android logo is green.

Saturday, 16 June 2012


free airtel gprs trick for august 2012
           Hi friends after successful post on sony watch osWorld is now going to post on free airtel gprs trick.for access free gprs on airtel just save the following settings on your mobiles and restart your mobile and you can access free gprs on your mobile.

Apn -
port - 80
proxy -
homepage -

                    so friends enjoy this free gprs trick.

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sony's android smart watch

                 Sony has a new Android smart watch hitting shelves across the US today. The aptly names Sony SmartWatch picks up where the LiveView left off, enabling two-way communication with an Android smartphone via Bluetooth to allow users to access messages and notifications, control phone functions, and utilize wrist-sized apps. You’ll find close to 60 of these applications, including Facebook and Google Maps, available at launch.

                     The SmartWatch is priced at $150 and new wristbands can be purchased separately for $20 in a selection of colors. The app used to interface with an Android phone can be downloaded for free from Google Play. It also comes pre-installed on most Sony Android devices


                Hi friends after successfull post on fb osWrld is now going to post on android which is famuler in running we all are know few months ago all people werw using symbian os in mobile but right now all most all people are using android os.

Today android is the word which is on top in search everywhere. Earlier when I heard about android mobiles, I just asked that what is android. Then i search for it and I came to know that it is operating system for mobiles just like windows in computer or laptops. So Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. android-logo
The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. So we can say this is the first truly opened comprehensive platform for mobile devices, all of the software to run a mobile phone but without the proprietary obstacles that have hindered mobile innovation.

In simple language I have told you that android is an operating system for mobiles but actually at all this is software that includes operating system. Android is an open source for development like Linux. By this Android offers developers the ability to build extremely rich and innovative applications. It is developed by the Open Handset Alliance led by Google. Developers are free to take advantage of the device hardware, access location information, run background services, set alarms, add notifications to the status bar, and much, much more.
Google releases the Android code as open-source, under the Apache License.Due to open source now it has a number of applications. Apps can be downloaded from third-party sites or through online stores such as Android Market, the app store run by Google. As of February 2012 there were more than 450,000 apps available for Android. According to Google’s Andy Rubin, as of February 2012 there are over 850,000 Android devices activated every day.
Initially it was released on 20 September 2008.And from that time Google has been released near about eight version of android platform as below:250px-Android_4.0
  • Android 2.1 Platform.
  • Android 2.2 Platform.
  • Android 2.3.3 Platform.
  • Android 2.3.4 Platform.
  • Android 3.0 Platform.
  • Android 3.1 Platform.
  • Android 3.2 Platform.
  • Android 4.0.x Platform.

Android has been programmed in C(core),JAVA and C++.Its latest stable release is  4.0.4(Ice Cream Sandwich) on 31st January 2012.Android uses Monolithic type of kernel which is of Linux. But like Linux it is not prompt base, instead of it like windows by default it is Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Monday, 11 June 2012


ANDROID LOGOYou’re probably asking yourself that very question right now; what exactly ARE these funny sounding names? You see and hear them all the time in the media and even hear them thrown around casually with friends sometimes, but you don’t truly understand what they are. The concept behind them is pretty simple: each and every mobile device you use (phones, tablets, laptops, etc.) has a basic operating system that allows it to function and perform in the ways it does. It’s what makes your gadgets boot up instead of just showing a black screen. Each operating system (OS) has different features and as you can imagine, there are many different operating systems out there, but two really stick out amongst the crowd. Yes, the king and queen of mobile OS’s: Android and iOS.
Android's Logo is a Robot
Android's Logo is a Robot

Android say what?

Alright, let’s start out with Android. Announced in 2007 as Google’s little pet project, this OS has developed a loyal following and has grown to be one of the market’s top mobile operating systems. As an open-source project, Android is reliable, flexible, and free, giving developers and carriers more opportunities to shape Android to suit their needs. Android features widgets, multiple homescreens, true multitasking, and custom manufacturer interface skins, as well as many other cool features including the Android Market, voice-based navigation, and Google Navigator. For more information, check out

Android Devices

Not all devices out there run Android, so which ones exactly DO? Well, if it has a little apple on it somewhere, you can rule Android out of the picture right from the start. Other than that, unless you know what you’re looking for, you really just have to google your device and see (no pun intended). Some Android devices called “Google Experience Phones” have a google experience logo on the back, making the Android phone very distinguishable from other devices. Just look for this telltale sign and you’re set. Some of the more successful Android phones and brands include the Droid, the Galaxy S, Evo 4G, Nexus One, and G1/G2. For a full list of Android devices, check out

What’s so special about iOS?

iOS. Chances are, you’ve heard of it at some point or another. Developed by Apple Inc., iOS is very different from Android as it is a closed source operating system where only Apple’s developers can work on and view iOS source code. This, however, is just the beginning of the differences. While maintaining most of the features found in Android, iOS puts its own little twist on things. Unlike Android, iOS does not allow custom interface skins. Apple is the only manufacturer of Apple/iOS products and therefor the only available theme is the default icon grid. Background customization is present of course, but the OS sorely lacks homescreen widgets. Multitasking and most of the other features are included, but Apple has customized them to maintain the integrity of the user experience. While not as customizable as Android, iOS does present a very easy-to-use, intuitive, and sleek user experience that is extremely pleasing to the eye. All in all, it’s a great and polished OS that’s not as customizable as Android, but offers its own set of features. For more information, check out
The iPhone 4
The iPhone 4

iOS Devices

iOS devices are not very hard to come by. Take a quick look around your house. I can almost guarantee there is something laying around with that oh-so-familiar Apple logo on it. Whether it’s an iPhone, iPod, iMac, iPad, or any other Apple product, it’s probably made its way into your home at one point or another. Unfortunately, your 5 year old iPod does not run iOS. Neither does your Mac for that matter. Restricted to first generation and later iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads, iOS is only built for the most recent touchscreen devices (excluding the new 2010 iPod Nano which looks like iOS, but is not). So, if you're interested in trying or buying an iOS device, go check out your local Apple store or


               SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 T MOBILE Hi friends Samsung is now going to launch new samsung galaxy s3 t mobile.

I just try to say some features of samsung galaxy s3 t mobile which i found from other site.

                Samsung galaxy s3 t mobile will be release on 21 june 2012    

                T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III packs a huge 4.8-inch display of the Super AMOLED sort, while under the hood there’s a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip. It should run on TMo’s HSPA+ network making the SGS III a 4G device. The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III also has a mind-blowing 2GB of RAM for outstanding performance.

following are the features of samsung galaxy siii t mobile

OS TYPE                             - Android (4.0.4) TouchWiz UX UI
TECHNOLOGY                   - Super AMOLED
TOUCH SCREEN                - Capacitive, Multi-touch
SYSTEM CHIP                     - Snapdragon S4
PROCESSOR                        - Dual core, 1500 MHz
SYSTEM MEMORY               - 2GB
BUILT IN STORAGE             - 32000 MB
SENSORS                               - Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer
CAMERA                                - 8 MEGA PIXCELL



                                          Hi friends after successfull post on android osWorld is now going to post about comparesion among some operating system like android,symbian and ios.
               Symbian has better hardware efficiency because of different ram mapping etc. It offers better stability and crash proofing because of its kernal. The ui isn't that fast but the in app performance is very good. Symbian is also designed to handle PHONE stuff better which is probably something you want on a phone. The new symbian Belle also has a more interesting ui(look at screenshots) with more functions like resizeable widgets.

Nokia phones phones also come with of very nice free hardware and software. The official Microsoft office is also on its way to Belle that already has quick office. Nokia phones are also much better quality. A very nice feature of the new Belle phones is nfc which is simplified Bluetooth. If you look on the symbian Belle site nokia offers Belle on a range of best in class phones like the n8(camera) 603(cheap and colorful) 700(smallest) 701(brightest and specced) and e7(keyboard).


new sounder app for androidLast time I went on holiday, where I was away from any data or internet connections for around seven days, I dreaded checking my e-mail inbox on return. 104 e-mails, twelve Facebook notifications, two voicemails, and God knows how many Tweets – I didn’t even try to catch up on those. With so much work correspondence floating around, I barely have time to check personal messages even when I’m at home, never mind after taking a break.
new sounder app for android
This is where Sounder comes in, a new app which is designed to ease the load of messages, IMs, Tweets, status updates, voicemails and texts. The app is free, and allows users to choose a few important Facebook friends, who can then be spoken to directly at the simple push of a button. The app utilises VoIP (Voice over IP), which basically means it works in a similar way to Skype by sending voice communications over the internet, rather than a phone connection. Currently, Sounder’s only available on the iPhone and iPod touch, though there are iPad and Android versions currently being developed.

At this point, you might be wondering what the difference is between Sounder and Skype, an established app that allows users to ‘call’ friends over VoIP, just like you might usually do with a phone. Well, Sounder is really just for very close, personal friends. It’s not something you want to go giving out to everyone you know. With Sounder, you don’t have to ‘call’ the other person – you simply press a button, and you’re connected. In other words, provided the recipient has already ‘accepted’ your Sounder invitation, whenever you call them you’ll be put straight through to their phones, without any ‘picking up’ necessary.

This is certainly a new idea, but it’s difficult to see how well it’s going to go down. On the one hand, it gets you in touch without beating around the bush; it also might be quite handy for hands-free calls while driving or cooking – I can’t count the number of times I’ve frantically scraped tomato sauce off my fingers only to miss the call in the end. And yet, it still sounds pretty crazy to me. I can really only think of one person that I would never ignore a call from, and even then, there are times when it’s just inappropriate to take one. There will be options on the phone to disable Sounder for a short time, but if this happens regularly, Sounder will fail to be any more efficient for getting in touch than Skype.

Sounder is an interesting idea, and it’s one I suspect Mark Zuckerberg would be proud of – the notion that our lives should always be open for other people to ‘connect’ with us – but I’ll wait and see whether it catches on. I suspect it’ll be popular in niche markets, but the majority of us – who likes to keep our own space – might find it a little too invasive.

Sunday, 10 June 2012


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  free gprs trick airtel june 2012    hi friends after successful post on cloud computing osWorld is back with free gprs trick for airtel.
for access free gprs trick on airtel you have to just follow the bellow step.

step-1:-make a new profile




                                                 if any one doesn't work try next proxy

        just save the settings on your mobile and restart your phone and enjoy free gprs on airtel.
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so friends enjoy free airtel gprs trick june 2012.

Saturday, 9 June 2012


We have enough app stores ready to deliver all the digital content we’d be interested in enjoying on our mobile devices, so we don’t really need another one, do we? That’s rather a rhetorical question, especially since Facebook has finally launched its own app store, conveniently called App Center.
However, the store, available at, is not a store in the true sense of the word. Instead, it’s more like a list of “high-quality” apps available on Android and iOS, which Facebook wants you to discover. In case you suspect these apps require some sort of deep, or not-so-deep, Facebook integration, then you’d be right. Facebook plans to use the App Center to help users discover certain popular apps that have a Facebook share feature, and therefore increase the popularity of Facebook.
The more popular the apps, the more popular Facebook should become, and, in turn, the more popular future apps that make it to App Center would become. It’s a vicious circle, not that we’re thinking the App Center is a bad idea. So if you’re a developer and you want to see your app up there someday, you should make sure you include Facebook sharing features in it.
So far, only 600 apps and web apps are found in the App Center, but we expect that number to increase substantially in time, although I don’t think App Center will match Google Play or the App Store when it comes to available content. In fact, chances are that you’re already using some of those apps, or that you will be using some of the most popular apps that will be presented in App Center long before they become available in Facebook’s store.
In order to install the apps that you don’t already own, just press that “Send to Mobile” button, at which point you’ll be sent to either Google Play or the App Store (depending on what kind of mobile device(s) you own) on your mobile device(s) to download the app.
It sounds awfully simply and it actually is. Facebook apparently wants to become the middlemen between developers and mobile device users, and while the idea may seem awfully unnecessary, I will remind you that Facebook has over 900 million users, with many of them using the social network on a smart mobile device. Therefore, the company can very well do whatever it pleases to try to boost its numbers and its quarterly earnings. After all, the stock must go back up and stay above IPO levels to keep investors happy.

Friday, 8 June 2012


                  from now on day by day craze of cloud computing is increasinng but before use cloud computing we must have to know what is cloud computing?what is different types of cloud using in cloud computing?how cloud computing affects in future?etc  etc....
                         here i explain you the basic types of cloud used in cloud computing

  • Public Cloud: Computing infrastructure is hosted at the vendor’s premises. The customer has no visibility over the location of the cloud computing infrastructure. The computing infrastructure is shared between organizations.
  • Private Cloud: Computing architecture is dedicated to the customer and is not shared with other organisations. They are expensive and are considered more secure than Public Clouds. Private clouds may be externally hosted ones as well as in premise hosted clouds.
    diagram is available under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 license in PNG and SVG formats from the Wikimedia Commons (Cloud computing types.svg
  • Hybrid Cloud: Organisations host some critical, secure applications in private clouds. The not so critical applications are hosted in the public cloud. The combination is known as Hybrid Cloud. Cloud bursting is the term used to define a system where the organisation uses its own infrastructure for normal usage, but cloud is used for peak loads.
  • Community Cloud: The cloud infrastructure is shared between the organizations of the same community. For example, all the government agencies in a city can share the same cloud but not the non government agencies.

Thursday, 7 June 2012

future of cloud computing with it careers

future of cloud computingCloud computing is no longer just an industry fad. It’s here to stay, and it’s not going anywhere for a long time.
But if you work in IT, what will this mean for your career? How will your job change? How should you prepare?
That’s a question that I’d recently asked to some of the leading minds in both the HR and the technology fields. And what they had to say might make you reevaluate your career strategy going forward.
The cloud is a step towards efficiency and overhead reduction. IT jobs will be migrated more than eliminated. Instead of maintenance teams at individual organizations, there will be individuals at individual organizations interfacing with maintenance teams on the other end, as necessary. The cloud providers will still require an IT staff.
Additionally, with the cloud still emerging, IT workers have a relatively unsaturated market for entrepreneurial ventures in cloud-interfacing software and IT efficiency applications.
Tilak Joshi from Columbus Technologies and Services
How should IT workers prepare?
Ironically, I think IT workers should begin to look to work for themselves as consultants and contractors. With the coming wave of cloud computing, there will be less of a need to have in-house IT departments and that could result in leaner IT budgets. Start preparing now to go into business for yourself so that you can supply expertise to more than just one company at a time.
How will the role of IT be different?
Less face to face interaction. With things being remote, there is a strong chance that higher level issues can be outsourced to contractors with cloud/VPN access and lower lever (T1, T2) support functions can be handled by in-house or third party desk side support techs. Either way, I don’t think there will be room for too many IT professionals in one spot. They will begin to look like the old Maytag Man, bored with nothing to do.
Joey V. Price from Jumpstart:HR
When utilizing the cloud, you eliminate that demarcation point, and still manage everything from the premise, even though it resides in the cloud, all with a user login and password. This eliminates the finger pointing and allows the IT staff to have more control of the company’s resources. Instead of working late during the week or on weekends when everyone else is already at home or enjoying their weekend, you won’t have to sit on the phone with different vendors, trying to work out issues. With the cloud, you work with one service provider who can give you the flexibility that you should already have.
IT professionals should start preparing themselves to convert their enterprise IT infrastructures into private and/or hybrid clouds, to take on the role of provisioning cloud services for end users and business partners.
A public cloud serves multiple companies while a private cloud serves a single company. However, generally they are never one or the other. Usually, it’s a hybrid cloud, a mix of private and public clouds talking to one another. Hybrid clouds allow IT professionals to be more effective in their roles and better manage vendors as opposed to fire fighting, but no matter which model comes into play, cloud computing and its impact will vary depending on your job role and your company’s business.
Louis Hayner from WVT Communications Group
As businesses move their supporting infrastructure to the cloud, there may be little or no need for onsite support of physical systems, however, the need to manage the applications will still be necessary depending on what type and quantity of cloud services an organization buys. Temporarily, while some businesses are still shifting to the cloud, IT personnel will be required to develop migration strategies and to ensure that applications are compatible and properly ported to cloud resources.
Higher adoption of cloud for Platforms, Software, and Infrastructure is going to introduce new IT governance paradigms. These paradigms may exist in a non-cloud environment at subtle levels but will assuredly become more apparent the more an organization adopts the cloud. The reasons for this are actually simple and they center on having the ability to identify cloud services that meet business requirements in a manner that is flexible, efficient, and secure. Equally if not more importantly, the ability to evaluate a cloud offering against a set of business and technical objectives and be qualified enough to determine if the offering will preserve the efficiencies gained by investment in the cloud (i.e. will not introduce additional management or operational burdens, degrade the user experience, or pin the business into a corner or other sense of dependence).
The evaluation and selection of cloud providers and services should not be a function of the Finance or Procurement departments, but rather a collaboration between those parties and Architect-level technologists who possess the ability to visualize what the business needs in a cloud provider and the levels of service and performance required by the user population.
The best people for these roles are the top internal IT people; those who have spent considerable time serving the user community and are in touch with what the business needs and expects out of IT. These people are going to come from nearly all levels of IT and organizations that are looking to make significant investments in the cloud should begin identifying and grooming those within the IT department that can see the long term vision and where they fit in beyond the internal corporate data center.
Kris Domich from Dimension Data
The cloud has arrived and businesses must begin strategizing on how they will train IT professionals to manage and maintain such a diverse virtual and cloud-based environment. In order to leverage today’s technologies, businesses will have to begin by hiring or re-training the right kind of people who are open to connecting external and internal services to drive business solutions with sensible governance. Yesterday’s need for system administrators whose only role is lower-level functions is gone and we now need IT staff who better understand how IT aligns with business goals. What we now need are IT teams who are able to find out the best available solutions for each individual company. IT is currently being challenged to prove its worth. Job descriptions will change and we simply must think about tomorrow, today.
Harry Labana from AppSense
Cloud computing is changing the expectations on IT, but IT is struggling to change itself to meet those expectations. Tomorrow’s enterprise needs to be responsive and transparent with the services IT can deliver.  Give the internal teams the same experience they can find externally, show the cost of a resource or service, allow it to be delivered on-demand, and make it simple to access and consume.  This, of course, is easier said than done.  But in the absence of this IT model, more applications will continue to be built and consumed via off premise clouds.  I’ve heard that adding automation and centralizing functions is concerning to many IT professionals, as it may impact their job.  Of course in these times, that’s a concern.  But if there is less to manage because more is outsourced, the end result of fewer IT people on the inside might still hold true.
To move IT forward, show your personal value and drive efficiency, consider how to automate or centralize your function, get out of the low-value,  tedious admin role and start to align as a strategic advisor to the businesses that consume application resources.  Help them get the experience they want, with the security and pricing the business needs, on or off premise. That makes you more valuable, helps the business unit be successful, and drives a better bottom-line, everyone wins.


cloud computing implementation

                          after successful post on airtel gprs trick  osWorld is no going to post on cloud computing
The explosion of digital information—from e-mails and files to instant messages and electronic records—has companies of all sizes and industries grappling with not only how to best manage and secure their data, but also how to do it cost-effectively. It's being predicted that digital content will grow five-fold in the next two years, all while IT budgets are expected to grow a mere 2.3 percent in 2010.
Many IT departments are asking, "How can we ensure that we have the right tools in place to guarantee the security of our data and meet today's regulatory demands, all while keeping costs in check?"
Cloud storage provides enticing advantages to companies that need to drive cost, risk and complexity out of the information management equation. Cloud storage is on-demand, flexible storage that can scale up and down as needed. It requires no capital outlay and offers a pay-as-you-go model. But how can you determine which cloud-based solution is best for your business? Do you need a private or public cloud? Primary or secondary storage?
While increased competition in the cloud storage space is pushing costs lower, it is also forcing IT decision makers to evaluate more solutions and providers. Knowing which data to keep, what to delete, and what to retain to meet the necessary compliance and legal mandates for your business will help make your decision to implement cloud storage easier.
Developing a cloud storage strategy may seem complicated at first, but doing so can reduce costs by utilizing a shared infrastructure and shifting capital expenses to operating expenses.  Before considering cloud-based services, organizations need to assess both the associated risks and benefits involved. They also need to work with service providers to understand key areas from compliance and data location to availability, recovery and viability. Businesses should consider the following seven elements before implementing a cloud storage strategy:
1. For starters, rethink your storage strategy
Take time to evaluate your organization's data and policies. Establish metrics and reports, understand your organization's trends and think about what can be purged. Assess moving away from high-priced Tier 1 storage and consider when it would make sense to utilize secondary storage. Ensure that your storage polices are in line with your legal and compliance policies, as many companies often keep too much. Finally, focus on the bottom line. Rethinking your storage strategy can help you reduce both the risks and costs of managing your information, so it's a good time to start asking these questions.
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