Which is the best way to tell which data can be deleted, saved or archived? This was the dilemma I had when I started off as a database developer 3 years back. The concept of Information Lifecycle Management was the answer to this question. ILM, as it is shortly called, helps in classifying business data, identifying appropriate storage and managing total cost of storage. There is no set rule for ILM; no one-size-fits-all definition. It finally dawned on our group that we have to focus on the real value of stored data. Solix Technologies provides solutions for ILM & database management. What do you think of ILM as a solution to database management?