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Three Windows File Server Upgrades to Avoid
November 30, 2018
Most organizations are looking to improve their Windows file server environment by adding capacity, developing a ransomware strategy and improving overall data protection.
For most enterprises, optimizing your Windows file server means buying a new, bigger server with more capacity and better network connections. Or it means buying a dedicated Network Attached Storage (NAS) system. Then they feel they need to add new ransomware and data protection software. All of these “solutions” are expensive, involve a costly data migration and don’t really increase IT efficiency. In this webinar, experts from Storage Switzerland and Caringo teach you how data management can eliminate the need for additional Windows file servers, capacity and protection.
In this webinar, learn how a data management strategy can:
Eliminate Windows file server and capacity upgrades
Protect against ransomware
Reduce or eliminate the need for file server backup
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