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Optimizing Data Efficiency with Windows File Server and Storage Consolidation
by Hewlett-Packard Company

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Published on: March 2008
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Length: 12 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:
HP's new File Server Consolidation technology is making the process of storage and Windows file server consolidation much more practical for resourcechallenged IT managers. The technology essentially combines hundreds of disparate file servers and their individual puddles of storage spread throughout the organization into a single, consolidated, network attached pool. This means that direct-attached storage can look to any server on the network as if it were part of a shared resource. Over time, at their own pace, IT organizations can move these puddles of storage into a centralized pool. In the process, they realize the benefits of reduced hardware costs, simplified and more efficient management, and better availability and performance. HP's File Server Consolidation technology provides immediate cost savings as well as dramatic improvements in utilization and uptime.

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