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Published on: June 14, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 4 pages
As years passed and business grew, a Minnesota food production and distribution company's operations began to depend more heavily on IT systems. If any of the systems fail, the company could face delays, financial and product losses, and inevitably, customer losses.
So, when outdated systems and operations no longer supported the availability and data management requirements of the company, the IT team outlined a set of key objectives for a new storage architecture.
Read on to find out which solution the company chose to meet their goals and requirements, and learn about a storage system that provides Snapshot backups all day long, significant capital and maintenance savings and simplified administration.