by CommVault Systems, Inc.
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Published on: June 11, 2012
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Length: 4 pages
When a diversified financial services company's 13 disparate backup systems led to terribly complicated data protection processes, administration became exceedingly difficult and restoring data was an arduous process. As a result, this company had to re-architect their storage and backup infrastructures.
After deciding that a SAN and enterprise-class data protection angle was best, they evaluated ten vendors' approaches to storage and backup.
Access this brief case study to find out which route this company took to regain control and efficiency in their storage and backup management. Discover how this organization was able to centralize and better manage backups, cut backup time for the main server from 90 hours to 24 and boost backup success rates to 99 percent.