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Save on high up-front costs and protect data more efficiently

I recently drove the creation of a paper that talks about the high up-front costs of backup which made me start thinking about the data we all save.  It seems everything we do, whether on a PC, laptop, or mobile device, we want to save and store for that just in case moment. However, what is often forgot is what happens after we do save those files. Whether it is for personal or business use, those files you save do in fact get backed up to either an offsite or local data center. Because of this explosive data growth many CIO’s and IT administrators are left wondering how they can find a cost effective solution to backup all of this stored data.T-stg-svcs-seo__226x160--C-tcm245-1098375.jpg


To help alleviate growing concerns by many CIO’s, we recently wrote a backup and restore viewpoint paper on how to save on high up-front costs and protect date more efficiently. This paper covers where backup costs are headed and what you can do as an IT leader to position your business for cost savings.


I highly encourage you to read the viewpoint paper, or if you would like more information regarding Backup and Restore Services visit us at here.  

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