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Storage magazine - Vol. 11 Num. 8 October 2012

Although it’s become a staple of backup systems, data reduction is now just starting to show up more and more in primary storage systems. In the October 2012 cover story of Storage magazine, Chris Evans takes a look at the state of the data reduction systems in the primary storage (DRIPS) marketplace: How it works and who’s using it. Get insights into why space reduction can be useful, how much money you can expect to save – and the potential downsides of any implementations.  Access >>>

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