Storage Management Survival School: Lesson one

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Storage Management Survival School: Lesson one

Storage Management Survival School: Lesson one



"Storage planning: Where on Earth do I begin?"

Lesson one of "Storage Management Survival School" helps you start planning an efficient, cost-effective storage management environment.

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Determining ROI for storage management can be a challenge given the varying types of metrics used. In this session, Yankee Group senior analyst Jamie Gruener looks at how to begin your own ROI analysis of storage management tools, including the metrics you need to consider, how to measure them, and how to use the results to your benefit. This session should be relevant to anyone considering purchases of storage management tools in the next 12 months, as well as those considering chargeback, cost sharing and other billing tactics when dealing with business units on the storage budget.

What you'll walk away with:
** What every storage management strategy needs
** Tips on determining and maximising ROI
** Steps to prioritise data, chargeback and cost sharing
** Which method may be right for you, and why
** The ability to ask Jamie your specific storage management questions

Please join Jamie Gruener for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

About Jamie Gruener:
Jamie Gruener is a storage management expert for SearchStorage.com.

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This was first published in July 2004

 

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