Data deduplication was the hottest topic for data storage pros in 2009. It's no longer a bleeding-edge technology, and the cost savings of data reduction is especially appealing as organizations cope with data growth and tightening budgets. In response, storage vendors are pumping out more data deduplication products and approaches to cut down on the size of data stores.
This can make choosing a data deduplication and backup approach seem confusing. Fortunately, this e-guide will wade through the pros and cons of these approaches for you. Continue reading to learn which data deduplication and backup approach is right for your organization.
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