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Car Dealer Saves 70% in Data Backup and Recovery Costs

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Copeland Toyota, an award-winning car dealership based in Brockton, MA, has been in business for 40 years. The company has received the Toyota President's Award for the last five consecutive years, and has been recognized for excellence in customer service and sales.

In order to keep a growing customer base happy, however, the dealership requires an IT infrastructure and staff capable of backing up and protecting large volumes of data. So when their tape backups started becoming unreliable and difficult to manage, Copeland Toyota knew they had to re-asses their infrastructure.

This case study outlines the dealership's journey from a physical to a virtual data center, and explores the full array of benefits they were able to realize after deploying several new virtualization technologies. In this case study you'll learn about the tech specs of these technologies, and learn how your organization can benefit from a similar design. Read on to learn more.

Vendor:
Autonomy, an HP company
Posted:
17 Jan 2012
Published:
17 Jan 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
2 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English

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