Software-Defined Storage and the Public Sector: How Well is Your Data Handled?

Nick Baker
Nick Baker
Sales Engineer

December 9, 2014 | 37 mins

Public Sector departments in local and central departments in the UK, despite being faced with shrinking budgets, are still buying expensive legacy storage solutions, as revealed by a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) survey. Organizations using Software-Defined Solutions are saving on average 70% over legacy storage users, with legacy storage users paying £1213/TB and SDS users paying only £376/TB. As storage requirements continue to grow, it’s time that more Public Sector organizations look to the Software-Defined world to deliver bottom line business benefits.

Watch the webinar to learn more about the FOIA survey results, the benefits delivered by Software-Defined Storage solutions, and how Customers of Nexenta are putting these solutions into practice for real world results.

During this webinar, Nick Baker, UK Sales Engineer at Nexenta will discuss:

  • FOIA Survey Findings
  • SDS Solutions & Common Use Cases in the Public Sector
  • Case Study Review [Customer]
  • Public Sector Starting Points for SDS Adoption
  • Ask the Experts!  Technical Q&A

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