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How to reduce storage requirements in virtual data centers
As virtualization becomes widespread, storage demands have escalated, driving up costs while raising concerns about performance. The good news is that technologies and practices are available today that can help organizations reduce storage use and overcome management hassles. Stephen J. Bigelow offers tips on how to trim storage needs in virtual data centers.
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