Why the Safe Storage Buy Isn't Necessarily the Best Storage Buy 
sponsored by Storage Decisions

What are the signs you may have made a storage system acquisition mistake?

Making "safe" storage (hardware, software, networking & system) choices requires looking beyond brand names & emotion while taking the time to understand your actual (real) current and future storage requirements.

In this session, from Storage Decisions New York 2006, Marc Staimer argues that there are serious flaws with both the premises and the rationales that can lead some IT organizations into dead ends, inflexible storage architectures and bottomless money pits.

Find out how to:

  • Define "safe" storage
  • Identify storage acquisition psychology
  • Avoid flawed logical reasoning
  • How to make safer choices
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