Windows Server 2012 and the Resilient File System (ReFS)
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A big step forward has occurred with evolving and updating NTFS with the release of Windows Server 2012 as it renovates the ubiquitous and venerable NTFS with Resilient File System (ReFS). This evolution is natural as the integrity and availability of data storage have become the be-all and end-all for organizations. Continue on to this white paper that discusses how the addition of Resilient File System (ReFS) coupled with storage spaces can prevent data loss due to disk subsystem problems.

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