Centralising Data

Jon’s Radio writes: “Our increasing reliance on network storage makes the need for desktop search less acute than it formerly was. I should add, though, that the core technology of desktop search — that is, noticing and cataloging information events — will only grow more relevant with time. Whether or not your personal information lives on your personal disk, and whether or not the index is built and searched locally, the reading and writing and editing and communication events occur on the client. Pervasive high-performance monitoring of that event stream will help us weave local storage and the cloud into a common information space.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.