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Five Reasons to Ditch Hard Drives
If you’re running your business applications on a legacy storage architecture with spinning disks, you may be experiencing new challenges. Is your IT staff continually tuning performance because of new applications with different performance demands? Are you finding it difficult to protect company data from internal and external threats? Do you need to tie your on-premises infrastructure to a public cloud? Are your current storage systems approaching end of warranty? Are the future plans of your current storage vendor uncertain? If any of these is true, here are five reasons to consider switching from hard drives to all-flash storage. These are some of the reasons why NetApp introduced the AFF C190 storage system—all-flash storage at the price of disk.
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