Software-Defined Storage Vs. Traditional Storage Systems
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6/27/2013 | 3:51:32 AM
re: Software-Defined Storage Vs. Traditional Storage Systems
I have to disagree with you, even with small IT
departments and minimal technical knowledge it is very simple to set up n
automated network area storage. I think you make some great points and each has
its pluses and minuses. This is also a major concern depending upon the type of
clients data the company is storing. I think that each company has to use their
best judgment when it comes to using in house vs. vendor.

Paul Sprague

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