Reduce Backup Costs with Better Primary Storage

Presented by

George Crump and Scott Armbrust with StorONE

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Learn how better primary storage can reduce backup infrastructure costs. There are five key features that primary storage solutions must have to protect themselves and reduce an organization's dependency on backup software and hardware. Achieving that goal means the organization can realize immediate cost savings by reducing the number of data protection solutions they use. Many storage systems have minimal capabilities, like snapshots and replication, which can’t reduce backup infrastructure investments. Replacing backup requires a primary storage solution with complete and robust data protection. Any gaps in protection leave the organization exposed to the risk of data loss. Join us for our on-demand webinar with StorONE's Chief Marketing Officer, George Crump, and Technical Account Manager, Scott Armbrust. During the event you'll learn what capabilities primary storage must have so you can reduce the cost and importance of your backup infrastructure. We also provide a live demonstration of those capabilities during the session. Attendees will also receive a copy of our latest eBook "How to Create Invincible Data Storage"

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StorONE's mission is to make Storage Heroes by providing IT professionals with a solution that meets all the objectives of software-defined storage, plus adds data protection and resiliency that is 10X better than any other technology on the market. At the same time, it increases storage system performance 10X over industry standard. The result is StorONE's Enterprise Storage Platform. StorONE founders are proven, successful entrepreneurs who boast over 50 patent awards. Top-tier industry luminaries and strategic investors back the company. The S1 Storage Platform changes the perception of data center storage from an IT cost center to a resource that provides organizations with a critical competitive advantage. The StorONE headquarters are in New York, with offices in Fort Worth TX, Tel Aviv, and Singapore.