|By Business Wire||
|May 5, 2014 09:06 AM EDT||
EMC World—Silver Peak, the leader in accelerating data over distance, today announced that a study conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group found data backup and recovery to be the second most important IT priority for organizations over the next 12 months. The study, conducted on behalf of Silver Peak, also revealed how critical data is perceived to be to an organization’s success.
View the infographic: http://blog.silver-peak.com/disaster-recovery-roi-infographic
Limited bandwidth, congestion, and latency due to distance make replicating data across a WAN or to the cloud challenging. These factors can lead to an increase Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructure costs and significantly affect total cost of ownership (TCO) for offsite data protection and disaster recovery. Silver Peak addresses these challenges to help storage professionals meet recovery point objectives (RPOs), increase geographic distances between data centers and reduce bandwidth expenditures normally associated with WANs.
- ESG Report: Meeting the Impossible RPO: A Cost Analysis of Replication Acceleration Software
About Silver Peak
Silver Peak software accelerates data movement between data centers, remote offices and the cloud. Transform your wide area network today at http://marketplace.silver-peak.com.
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