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Analytics Slideshow: Expanding Profile Of Data Deduplication

Highlights of exclusive InformationWeek Analytics research as it appears in "Squeeze Play: The Expanding Profile of Data Deduplication," our exploration of technologies available to meet today's explosive demand for increased storage capacity in the data center.
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Is it any wonder vendors are touting data dedupe and other storage technologies? More than 50% of the 437 business technology professionals who responded to our survey said they manage more than 10 TB of data, vs. 10% who control less than 1 TB. What's more, 7% manage between 200 TB and 500 TB of data, and 8% are responsible for more than 500 TB.



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