Data deduplication and compression promise often-staggering reductions in data storage capacity requirements, shrinking backup data by 90 percent or more. Reducing this backup load achieves a corresponding reduction in the cost of hardware and management. Small and midsized businesses and departmental computing operations, however, can struggle to achieve optimal data reduction because of a number of factors including a lack of hands-on experience using these technologies.
Poway, Calif.-based BridgeSTOR LLC, a provider of data reduction technology, has outlined the following Q&A based on its most frequently asked questions about backup data reduction.
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