Don’t let Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint play havoc on your storage [NetApp]

If you are an organization with Microsoft Exchange and/or SharePoint in your environment, you are continually managing availability requirements, a proliferation of Exchange Server databases and a huge amount of SharePoint data.

You may be considering an upgrade to the latest versions to take advantage of the technology improvements. But did you know that both Exchange 2010 and Sharepoint 2010 have some key changes that can have a big affect on your storage?

Softchoice Storage experts have put together these two eBooks to help you better understand these changes and what they mean for your organization – and your budget.

How moving to Exchange 2010 will drastically affect your Storage (and the way to prevent it.)
Microsoft Exchange 2010 has a lot of good news if you’re trying to enable your organization with the latest in unified communications. But a change in Single Instance Storage could signifantly increase your storage requirements. Download this eBook to learn how to avoid it.
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How moving to Sharepoint 2010 will drastically affect your Storage (and the way to prevent it.)
Microsoft SharePoint is becoming the source and ultimate repository of critical information for a range of organizations. But with a SharePoint 2010 implementation comes a lot of new demands to your storage environment. Download this eBook to learn how to alleviate them.
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