Proxios Outlines Best Practices for Lowering Storage Costs

Proxios reveals how organizations can lower their storage costs through storage tiering.

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Richmond, VA (PRWEB) November 24, 2013

Proxios recognizes that not all data requires the same level of storage performance. With storage tiering, different data is assigned to different types of storage media, which reduces overall storage costs.

For example, data typically found in a database is best delivered by storage technology that features rapid disk access times. In contrast, PDF or Microsoft Word document files can be stored on a slower performing disk. By making this distinction, Proxios offers our clients the ability to divide their storage into high speed, high performance data in the virtual machine environment, and lower speed storage, which is adequate for file data.

This creates cost savings in two ways. First, the hardware cost for lower speed storage is less expensive. Secondly, we have implemented a lower cost approach to file backups that utilizes replication technology. This combination reduces storage costs by 33 percent when compared to the high performance storage method commonly used today.

About Proxios
Proxios is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia and is the business of IT as a Service (ITaaS). As a pioneer in the field beginning the cloud journey in 1999, we have proven knowledge and experience to move customer infrastructure to the cloud, freeing customers to do what they do best, driving real business value from the applications that help run your business. We provide a wide range of cloud services to our customers throughout the United States and Canada including telephony and collaboration, business virtual desktops, and application hosting. For more information visit: http://www.Proxios.com


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