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Optimizing Data Efficiency with Windows File Server and Storage Consolidation

The demand for storage continues to increase and IT is often asked to manage growth while maintaining high performance levels and tight budgets. By consolidating Windows file servers and storage devices, IT organizations realize substantial savings in management and infrastructure costs while establishing a highly available, independently scalable platform for file services.

Attend this webcast to see the critical steps to consolidating a Windows file serving environment and learn the benefits of unified storage environments, including:

  • Independently scalable file serving performance and capacity
  • Flexibility to reaollocate resources as needed to meet changing business needs
  • Integrated high availability with no additional cost
  • Planning for painless future storage growth


Pete Brey Worldwide Technical Marketing Director for Hewlett-Packard's StorageWorks NAS division Pete Brey is the Worldwide Technical Marketing Director for Hewlett-Packard's StorageWorks NAS division in Colorado. He is responsible for the development and delivery of innovative Network Attached Storage solutions based upon HP's Polyserve File System technology. Pete joined HP in 1996 as an engineer in the Workstation Global Business Unit in Colorado. In 2004, Pete joined HP's Hardware Systems and Technology division within the Business Critical Server organization. In 2005, Pete joined HP's StorageWorks NAS division as a Research & Development Manager. In that capacity, Pete was responsible for delivering innovative NAS products based on PolyServe's clustered file system technology. In 2007, Pete moved into his current role as Technical Marketing Director for HP's NAS organization. Pete received Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver, which he received with honors in 2000. Paul Gillin Author, The New Media Influencers
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Jul 24, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

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