By Hitachi Data Systems | Jun 19, 2012
The lifeblood of almost every organization is data and the requirements to groom, maintain and access the systems that store that data are absolutely necessary for supporting business operations. With the sheer amount and types of information that must be stored, complexity in the data center tends to grow as quickly as the amount of data itself. And with IT staff resources representing as much as 40 percent of the total cost of storage ownership, it is no wonder organizations are seeking solutions to dramatically simplify storage management.
German insurance company HUK-Coburg has been diligent in its determination to manage data growth as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. With expansion of the insurance services and products it provides to more than 8.8 million German households, and an accumulation of acquisitions and branch offices, HUK-Coburg has experienced several surges in the volume and complexity of its storage environment. As requirements for availability, performance and scalability increased so did the need to simplify administration and reduce both capital and operational expenses.
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