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Charities Aid Foundation Case Study
by FalconStor Software

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Published on: October 16, 2012
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Format: Unknown
Length: 2 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:

Charities run on donations - and someone's got to help donors give more easily and effectively so non-profits can derive the most from their resources. And that's why Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) delivers financial services to other charities in order to create greater value from charitable funds.


Because CAF's goal is to provide for others, there was never a competitive edge to maintain, so their IT infrastructure wasn't particularly current, didn't scale and was very difficult to manage. As such, CAF project managers decided to upgrade their data storage to improve efficiency and agility and to increase infrastructure resiliency.


Access this brief case study to find out which storage system:



  • Improved RPOs for each business department

  • Reduced RTO for all key apps to less than 8 hours

  • Provides reliable, scalable DR/BC

  • And more

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