The data center industry will continue to grow this year and in 2013 as more companies,including insurers, acquire buildings specifically to store data associated with emails, risk analysis, payroll, human resources, customer information, internal accounting and more, according to a recent study.

“A high percentage of companies are looking to expand their data storage capabilities because there’s more and more of it. You have to be able to store it someplace,” Digital Realty’s Investor Relations Vice President Pamela Matthews Garibaldi told Insurance Networking News.

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