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Published on: June 15, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 1 page
Being a one-of-a-kind organization in your geographic location is tough. And the Chesapeake Bay Foundation is the only independent organization that restores and protects the entirety of Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers. So, when this foundation's goal to improve water quality was hindered by the inefficiencies of legacy technologies coupled with a growing data center and two storage environments, a services provider was called upon.
Take a minute to check out this one-page success story to learn how an environmentally concerned foundation - with the help of an IT solutions company - unified the server and storage architecture, upgraded and consolidated multiple storage environments and as a result, achieved unified storage, reduced energy consumption by 50 percent and leveraged deduplication to reduce storage space by 45 percent.