Case Study: Understand How Edith Cowan University has Regained Control of their Storage Environment

Case Study: Understand How Edith Cowan University has Regained Control of their Storage Environment

Storage infrastructures continue to grow at alarming rates - up to 60% or more, annually. Like many organisations, Edith Cowan University was facing such rapid data growth, with its storage system capacity projected to double each year. Using IBM Tivoli storage solutions, the university has been able to reduce the number of physical disks required and make better use of their existing storage capacity, helping them to make more efficient use of the space in their data centre and reduce their spend on power and cooling. They now make space-efficient snapshots for failover and are able to recover systems in hours instead of days.
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