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SlideShare: Simplifying the Enterprise Hybrid Cloud with Azure Stack HCI

Many organizations need to continue to run virtualized applications on-premises but are also looking to replace and consolidate aging server infrastructure.  At the same time, these organizations want to leverage cloud services for data protection, high availability and disaster recovery

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SlideShare: Designing a Storage Consolidation Strategy for Today, the Future and the Cloud

Most storage consolidation strategies fail because they attempt to consolidate to a single piece of storage hardware. To successfully consolidate storage, IT professionals need to look at consolidation strategies that worked. Server consolidation was VMware’s first use case. It was

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SlideShare: Is It Time to Upgrade Your Endpoint Data Strategy?

As organizations and their employees become more distributed, a case can be made that endpoints (laptops, tablets and smartphones) are some of the most critical pieces of technology in the organization. The problem is most organizations haven’t revisited their endpoint

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SlideShare: Three Steps to Modernizing Backup Storage

Backup software is continuously improving. Solutions like Veeam Backup and Replication deliver instant recoveries, enabling virtual machine volumes to instantiate directly on the backup device, without having to wait for data to transfer back to primary storage. These solutions can

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SlideShare: How to Design Self-Protecting Production Storage and Gain Backup Independence

It is 2019, why are we still backing up production storage? The simple answer is that most production storage systems can provide some level of data protection but they can’t fully replace backup. It’s time to consider what backup independence means.

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SlideShare: NAS vs Object – Can NAS Make a Comeback?

For over a decade Network Attached Storage (NAS) was the go to file storage device for organizations needing to store large amounts of unstructured data. But unstructured data is changing. While large file use cases are still prevalent, small file

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SlideShare: 5 Critical Enterprise Cloud Backup Capabilities

The cloud seems like a logical destination for backup data. It is by definition off-site, and the organization no longer needs to worry about allocating valuable floor space to secondary data storage. The problem is that most cloud backup solutions

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SlideShare: Overcoming the Shortcomings of Legacy NAS with Microsoft Azure

Most organizations use Network Attached Storage (NAS) to store data, but the modern workforce and organization expect more capabilities than what the typical NAS can provide. Also, as organizations themselves become more distributed, the idea of a single centralized file

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SlideShare: How to Create an Infrastructure-less Backup Strategy

Designing architectures to backup primary storage as well as provide rapid recoveries is a challenging task that most IT professionals need to face. It is even more challenging in the face of a rapidly growing data set, increasing demand for

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