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New Report: Established Storage Products Are Not Risk-Free
New Report: Established Storage Products Are Not Risk-Free
Because of the standardization of storage components, the barriers of entry into the storage market have been greatly reduced and the perceived wisdom that it is safer to buy from an established storage vendor is no longer applicable. Smaller storage vendors have the "attacker's advantage," based on "clean sheet" designs, new business models, and products that are simpler to purchase, support, upgrade and operate. This analyst report describes what infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders must do to benefit from structural changes in the storage industry.
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