tot-broome-tioga-case-study-1110.pdf

by NetApp Staff on ‎2011-10-28 12:52 PM

Broome-Tioga transformed its shared ITinfrastructure, using NetApp to significantly simplify operations andlimit growth. While IT budgets are tight almost everywhere, the budgetsfor education are particularly tight right now, and with states continuingto suffer significant shortfalls, this is unlikely to change in the nearfuture. However, demand for data storage and other IT services is growing atleast as rapidly in education as it is in other fields. NetApp helpedBroome-Tioga reduce data storage needs by 50%, decrease backup time to minutesand meet state mandates for getting data offsite. This Tech OnTap article,written by a Broome-Tioga network analyst, describes the details of theimplementation.

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