Digital content growth creates big challenges. Between complex software applications and powerful capture devices, the average file size at most companies keeps growing. This makes the need for more storage increasingly urgent.
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Storage consolidation can help you transform your IT environment and dramatically increase your ability to add value to your business. Regardless of how you approach it, we offer integrated consolidation solutions that can help your organisation standardise and simplify your storage environment in a flexible, systematic way.
Complex. Inflexible. High TCO. Is this the reality for your storage environment? It doesn't have to be. Instead, just imagine what you can do when you consolidate and virtualise your storage environment.
Organisations of all sizes turn to virtualisation to reduce costs and increase the efficiency, availability and flexibility of their IT organisations. Many of these organisations are now also counting on virtualisation solutions to help transition their data centres to private cloud infrastructures that provide IT services on demand. Storage can be an accelerator or inhibitor to achieving the benefits of a virtualised server, client or cloud environment. You need storage optimised for virtualised environments that delivers the availability, efficiency, manageability and performance required;
The data explosion is accelerating. Your data challenges loom large when it comes to managing data protection processes amid the ever growing mountain of archival and online data. Our next generation deduplication based on technology from world leading industry vendors, brings you:
Applied across a converged infrastructure, the software delivers the only technology that deduplicates data only one time. Plus it can scale from client to backend data centre with multiple applications and data types. Store once. And you're done.