Intelligent Data Management: Storage Optimization for Virtual Desktops
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Two major drivers of IT virtualization initiatives are cutting costs and improving operations. Data growth is also a factor, particularly post-deployment, because organizations must not only secure information, but enact procedures to streamline what level and type of security, and to determine how long to archive data.

If your storage system isn't able to keep up with your virtualized data growth and security standards, or is a patchwork of disparate software and hardware, you could do well for your company, its data and its budget by considering a storage virtualization solution.

This paper addresses the storage/virtualization conundrum and offers a remedy to this challenge. Read on to learn how storage virtualization can allow you to use up to 70 percent of your capacity while cutting spending on support and maintenance and explore the benefits of combining intelligent storage with desktop virtualization.

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