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Storage remains a mainstay of enterprise IT, but the way we look at and work with it is changing as the industry moves forward.
Rather than an unavoidable cost centre, storage should be seen as a valuable resource.
Software-defined storage is now an enabler of data analytics, machine learning and automation, and arguably plays a pivotal role in digital transformation.
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