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Plan ahead with these Storage Services

The end of the year is rapidly approaching, and with that comes time to plan future IT projects. Will you have to focus more resources towards the finance department, or is marketing going to require much more focus due to larger video and picture files?


All of these decisions will play a key role in determining allocation methods for where this specific data will live within the infrastructure. For example, does it make sense for large video and picture files to be sustained on Tier 1 storage, or would it be more cost effective to let these types of files live out on Tier 3 storage or the cloud? While, I can’t necessarily recommend how you should place your data without knowing your business issues, I can provide you with three different performance storage options all with availability ranging from 99.9%-99.999% availability.hp-servers-in-apple-data-center-300x207.jpg


Through a broad range of services and capabilities, we can tailor a solution to address your storage needs for performance, capacity, archival or any combination, including:

  • Enterprise Storage: High performance and high availability to support business critical revenue
  • Midrange Storage: Performance and availability options supporting basic file serving needs to handle non-mission critical business activities
  • Archive Storage: Basic performance with scalability for recordkeeping, which includes a single data repository to enable business insights and compliance
  • HP Cloud Storage: Wide range of storage options for developers and system architects based on performance, durability, and availability.

For additional information visit us here. Also I recommend taking a look at this document.

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