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How Deduplication Benefits Companies of All Sizes

Primary storage in small and large companies alike is growing at 50% - 100% a year. And, according to IDC research conducted in the second half of 2008, the amount of global digital data created and stored on a worldwide basis has increased over 3,000% in just three years. In addition, many multiple-site organisations are working to consolidate data assets along with system consolidations (including virtualisation) to create a less energy-intensive collection of assets that fit in a reduced physical space.

Published Date: 2009-08-28

No. of Pages: 11

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Primary storage in small and large companies alike is growing at 50% - 100% a year. And, according to IDC research conducted in the second half of 2008, the amount of global digital data created and stored on a worldwide basis has increased over 3,000% in just three years. In addition, many multiple-site organisations are working to consolidate data assets along with system consolidations (including virtualisation) to create a less energy-intensive collection of assets that fit in a reduced physical space

Primary storage in small and large companies alike is growing at 50% - 100% a year. And, according to IDC research conducted in the second half of 2008, the amount of global digital data created and stored on a worldwide basis has increased over 3,000% in just three years. In addition, many multiple-site organisations are working to consolidate data assets along with system consolidations (including virtualisation) to create a less energy-intensive collection of assets that fit in a reduced physical space

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