The challenges of deduplication
As data volumes double every 12 to 18 months, it's no surprise that managing data growth is still a top priority for IT departments.1 Data deduplication is one of the most important and fastest growing storage optimization techniques to appear in the recent years.2 Using deduplication, organizations can reduce stored data by up to 95 percent in just a few short months, significantly reducing their storage footprint as well as backup and restore times.
Despite the many benefits, first-generation deduplication technologies also have significant drawbacks. Most deduplication technologies are isolated, inefficient, and difficult to scale.
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