Data deduplication explained

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Data deduplication explained

This brand new report provides an extensive overview on data deduplication, the white hot technology storage managers are deploying as we move towards 2008.

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About this Report

Rather than finding ways to store more data, companies are turning to data reduction technologies that can store less data. This guide from Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com explains the basic principles and implementation issues of data deduplication and covers some examples of the technology at work today.

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Storage is the leading monthly for IT pros focused on building and managing storage networks. This award-winning magazine's editorial team works with the leading storage practitioners to deliver information that can help you plan and complete your storage initiatives – from cutting edge technologies like data deduplication, continuous data protection (CDP) and virtualization to traditional, ongoing challenges like SAN and NAS management and backup and recovery.

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This was first published in October 2007

 

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