The trick for SMEs is to identify which of these features match their specific needs and then select a backup software solution that delivers on them. The five features that SMEs specifically need to verify that the backup software offers include: 1. Available as an Appliance. Making the backup software available as an appliance physical or virtual may sound almost tangential to the entire topic of SME selecting the right backup software for its environment.
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It is a growing and crowded market which welcomes new solutions almost every week. Very recommended if you want a high level overview of all sorts of solutions. It is fast but also very expensive. There is not much info on the internet which gives an objective overview of all major solutions.
It lists a lot of details of solutions. DCIG is a company which analyzes software, hardware and services companies within the enterprise data storage and electronically stored information ESI industries. They did a research on 34 different storage arrays having flash memory from ten 10 different storage providers. Scores and ranks the features on each Flash Memory Storage Array based upon the criteria that matter most to end users, and presents the results in easy to understand tables so they can quickly know which Flash Memory Storage Arrays are the most appropriate for their needs.
Provides a standardized data sheet for each of the 34 Flash Memory Storage Arrays from 10 different storage providers so end users can do quick comparisons of the features that are supported and not supported on each Flash Memory Storage Array. It may be downloaded for no charge with registration. Related Posts.
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