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This article is part of the Vol. 3 No. 8 October 2004 issue of Five cutting-edge storage technologies
When it comes to storage resource management (SRM) software, a majority of storage professionals would prefer to buy a single-site license (51%), rather than pay for it by the amount of capacity they are managing (19%). The least popular pricing mechanism is server-based pricing (10%). Survey results were obtained by TheInfoPro in Wave 4 of its storage survey, performed this summer. How would you like to see SRM software priced? Access >>>
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