sponsored by Asigra
Posted:  10 Feb 2014
Published:  31 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

It is no surprise that backup related expenditures represent a major cost center for most data center environments. While denser disk and tape hardware architectures combined with technologies like compression and data deduplication have helped bring some reductions to the costs of backup hardware, there hasn’t been any corresponding relief in terms of how backup software is licensed.

Download this Storage Switzerland analyst report to learn how:

  • Legacy backup software licensing schemes are placing an undue burden on data center environments trying to contend with the continuous onslaught of data growth
  • New consumption-based licensing models improve efficiencies, transparency and overall costs

Backup Server Hardware | Backup Software | Backups | Data Center Design | Data Deduplication | Data Storage | Disk Backups | Storage Architectures | Storage Capacity | Storage Efficiency | Tape Backups

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