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Hyperconverged Systems Don’t Preclude the Need for Data Protection (Video)

Terri_Jason_VMworld.jpgDuring VMworld US, I had the chance to visit with my colleague Terri McClure, who covers HyperConverged and Converged Infrastructure (HCI).  Many HCI offerings boast “built-in” data protection capabilities, which prompted her and I to talk about the broader strategies of data protection within these all-in-one solution stacks.  In fact, “Integrated Data Protection” was on the top of the list for many IT professionals who are considering HCI solutions.

Is there a place for third-party backup when everything else is within one stack? YES!!!


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