03 Mar Stop buying storage
In the face of a challenging economy, IT organizations are under unprecedented pressure to cut costs. At the same time, they are tasked with the smooth operation of the data center, which is becoming more complex all the time as a result of continual consolidation, changes, escalating virtualization, and exploding data volumes.
Understandably, organizations are reluctant to spend any more money than absolutely necessary, which has limited or delayed the acquisition of IT equipment that otherwise might have been routine. Forecasts vary widely for the depth and length of any recession, but it is clear that 2009/2010 budgets are uncertain at best.
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