The Economic Effects of Virtualisation, Tiered Storage and Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning Software

The Economic Effects of Virtualisation, Tiered Storage and Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning Software

02:11, November 3 2010

By Hitachi Data Systems

In an era of explosive data growth and flat or diminishing budgets, organisations must evaluate potential technology purchases not only on their technical merits but on their economic merits as well. Virtualisation, tiered storage and Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning software can all deliver significant economic benefits to the organisation by helping to increase storage utilisation and overall efficiency while reducing costs and complexity. By addressing capital expenses as well as operational expenses, these three elements together represent an economically superior solution — a comprehensive and sustainable approach to storage — both today and for the future.

In an era of explosive data growth and flat or diminishing budgets, organisations must evaluate potential technology purchases not only on their technical merits but on their economic merits as well. Virtualisation, tiered storage and Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning software can all deliver significant economic benefits to the organisation by helping to increase storage utilisation and overall efficiency while reducing costs and complexity. By addressing capital expenses as well as operational expenses, these three elements together represent an economically superior solution — a comprehensive and sustainable approach to storage — both today and for the future.
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