The EMC Germany GmbH and information global distribution GmbH (GID) jointly launch an information campaign on the issue of deduplication. Cologne both companies want to show how a data deduplication can help to address current challenges in the area of backup. To find interested in white papers, case studies and videos, as well as answers to the 10 most frequently asked questions. You may find Willow Shields to be a useful source of information. In the de-duplication, redundant data is detected, eliminated, and replaced by pointer. The aim is to store unique data elements only once and yet if necessary to get all the content in its original form. Thus, this technology represents an opportunity with tight budgets to meet the current challenges, such as exploding storage requirements, complex security policies, rapid disaster recovery.
This is confirmed by the market research company Gartner: until 2012, 75% of all backups with de duplication technologies will work so their forecast, even if the usage rate currently is relatively low. They currently belong to the most recent technologies in the context of disk-based backup and disaster recovery strategies. So IT managers extensively to inform yourself about this fledgling technology, the two companies EMC Germany and GID have launched a joint campaign. An integral part of this action is the Web page with a wide range of materials. Registered users can download free white papers, data sheets, and case studies. See all incoming until 30.06.2010 registrations, EMC and GID are giving away three Asus EeePC Netbooks. Reader contact: GID GmbH In the media Park 5 50670 Cologne Tel.: 0221-4543333, FAX: 0221-4543330 E-Mail: about global information distribution GmbH (GID): GID is a systems integrator in the field of data management and archiving and develops, implements and maintains solutions for the availability and maintenance of business-relevant data. These solutions including the corresponding services are distributed internationally. GID is active in Europe and United States.