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Volume 31, Issue 2

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Customer Success Story: Solving Multi-Site Enterprise Storage Management Challenges (Available ON DEMAND)

Customer Success Story: Solving Multi-Site Enterprise Storage Management Challenges (Available ON DEMAND)

Managing storage across today's enterprise presents a number of challenges - further exacerbated by managing multiple locations. As the number of distributed teams and departments continues to rise, IT needs to be able to deliver secure shared storage without sacrificing the performance that users have become accustomed to.

In this webinar we'll investigate a number of potential solutions to providing storage accessible from multiple locations within the enterprise. Join us as we have a frank conversation with an Infrastructure Architect at The Walsh Group, the nations 17th largest general contractor. Having seen Walsh grow from only a handful of offices to almost twenty, they have personally deployed and managed a number of storage solutions across the organization.

The Walsh Group will share their experiences investigating and deploying a number of solutions designed to provide access to shared data across the enterprise. Together, we'll discuss:

  • Possible solutions

  • Unique capabilities of each solution

  • Challenges & "gotchas" of different solutions

  • Considerations for deploying solutions in your environment

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