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Published on: February 26, 2013
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 4 pages
The adoption rate of unified storage is rising. Storage admins are beginning to acknowledge the benefits it can offer a storage environment.
But unified storage is still new enough that there are many legitimate questions about it.
In this E-Guide, storage expert Randy Kerns explores the defining characteristics of unified storage, and describes the key criteria for evaluating it. Read now for expert answers to frequently asked questions such as:
- What makes a storage system unified? How do we define unified storage?
- Are all unified systems architected in the same way?
- What's the difference between unified, converged and integrated storage systems?
- And more
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