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Today's Choices for Consolidation
Consolidation is a significant factor in lowering total cost of ownership (TCO), simplifying IT management, improving storage utilization and boosting productivity. But achieving consolidation is more challenging than ever -- due to the rapid growth of information and the pressure to maintain service levels.
This guide provides an overview of consolidation choices and their impact on an organization, including:
Infrastructure consolidation (server, NAS, SAN, tiered storage)
- Information consolidation (enterprise content management, Microsoft Exchange)
- Operational consolidation (management; backup, recovery and archiving)
Before-and-after scenarios provide clear proof of the value of consolidation. Find out how these choices enable your organization's information lifecycle management strategy to help you get the most value from your information.
- EMC Corporation
- 30 May 2007
- 01 Mar 2007
- 16 Page(s)
- White Paper