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Windows Server 2012 delivers a new data deduplication feature that is designed to work on primary storage without impacting workloads running on the server. By using deduplication, customers can easily save over half of their data storage capacity. While storage costs have been dropping steadily, they aren’t dropping fast enough to offset the growth of data. This makes storage efficiency a true priority for most enterprise IT departments. Data storage efficiency needs to increase wherever data is—in addition, enterprise IT departments are rapidly consolidating file servers while making capacity scaling and optimization one of the main requirements for the platform. This session provides deep information on Deduplication as an in-box feature of Windows Server 2012 that delivers new capabilities to customers at no additional cost.
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