Rate of increasing information capacity

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We know, the capacity of Information Technology is computed information per capita which is rapidly increasing day by day. In which rate how many times the capacity of IT's information technology has developed?

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Rate of increasing information capacity

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Hi Edward,

The total production of new information in the year 2000 reached 1.5 exabytes. That is about 37,000 times as much information as is in the entire holdings Library of Congress. For one year!

Three years later the annual total yielded 3.5 exabytes. That yields a 66% rate of growth in information per year.

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Rate of increasing information capacity

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Hello Edward,

The process used to manage information technology is known as capacity management. The main aim why capacity management was invented was to make sure that IT capacity meets the business needs for the current and future time. Businesses are guided by this to know what is required in the IT industry because this industry changes rapidly such  that what is new today becomes obsolete a few days later. Capacity management deals with performance tuning, performance monitoring and analysis, and capacity planning.

It is meant to improve efficiency and performance. for more information concerning capacity management click on this link

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacity_management

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