How to reduce backup costs with energy-smart storage

How to reduce backup costs with energy-smart storage

With such a big boom in data and storage - learn some best practices around controlling the data, making it much more resilient, and deploying it on disks capable of good energy utilization and high-capacity.

There’s definitely been a boom in the amount of data that today’s businesses and modern data centers have to manage. With the proliferation of new devices, new ways to deliver content, and cloud computing, it’s clear that growth around data consumption will continue to grow. Meanwhile, we’re seeing administrators struggle with controlling the flow of information, how to best store it, and how to create cost-effective backup solutions.

In this whitepaper, we see that there’s more to implementing a backup solution than simply creating a strong backup strategy. It’s also about controlling the data within it, making it much more resilient, and deploying it on disks capable of good energy utilization and high-capacity. New kinds of tools allow backup storage solutions to operate at lower costs by integrating:

  • Intelligent power management tools
  • Greater reliability
  • Less power usage
  • Better data storage economics
  • Easier overall system and array management

These tools also allow administrators to worry less about the data they’re storing and focus on creating even better retention policies for the business. Now, you are able to work with array solutions capable of powerful anti-vibration technologies and even advanced cooling features. Download this whitepaper today to learn more about these tools and the direct benefits of working with intelligent energy-smart arrays capable of high-capacity storage solutions.

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