As an innovative manufacturing company's product portfolio became more diverse and the company grew more expansive and advanced, the outdated storage and backup infrastructures had to advance, as well. In addition to rolling out the original product of high-altitude balloons, the company now specializes in products for agriculture, high-performance plastic film, aerospace and electronic manufacturing services markets.
However, with an outdated IT environment but very advanced products, the employees found themselves stretched to their limits due to old software, limited storage efficiency and scalability and long backup and restore windows.
This white paper outlines the specs of this company's new storage system: Check it out to see what strategy this manufacturer implemented to enhance services and sharpen their competitive edge. Read on to learn how they eliminated tape backups, reduced restore times from hours to seconds and now save about $70K annually on storage management.