Meeting the Storage Management Challenge
Is your infrastructure up to the 21st century's data storage challenge? This whitepaper shows you how IBM's Tivoli can help meet today's business challenges and lower costs.
There’s no doubt that as data growth continues unabated, organizations must find smarter ways to store and manage their massive volumes of data, with an eye towards improving service levels and lowering costs as well as addressing new business requirements, such as compliance, e discovery and business continuity. But while this data growth translates into a wide range of increasing management challenges, legacy solutions have not kept pace and therefore fail to address these challenges.
The IBM Tivoli storage management family of products provides a unified recovery platform that helps you optimize your current storage environment, reduce operational and capital costs, improve service and manage risks. Flagship products such as IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager and IBM Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack address the problems posed by traditional storage solutions and enable a more dynamic storage environment—one that helps you respond to changing business requirements.
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