IBM Storwize V7000: Enterprise-Class Value in an Exchange Environment
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Storage is the most important element in successful Exchange 2010 projects. A down or unresponsive Exchange Server can quickly lead to unacceptable levels of productivity, so it's crucial that you have more than one Exchange database copy and that failover storage capabilities be provided.

But your storage solution must also work with Exchange 2010 Mailbox Resiliency with Database Availability Groups. Two disk storage systems must be able to work in harmony with many servers with multiple active databases and database copies in order to deliver the necessary DAG-enabled solution.

This white paper explores the 4 biggest biggest storage challenges that customers face when considering using Exchange Server 2010, and the best ways to overcome them. Read now to learn more.

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