Desktop PCs and Servers can rapidly end up storing unmangeable - and unwanted - quantities of files until you run out of space. And unwanted space means unnecessary backup and slower restore times.
As with many other areas of IT, the total cost of ownership (TCO) of storage is more to do with how you manage your storage, rather than what storage you buy. This is why using a sophisticated tool suite to work out what's going on - and put you in control - helps reduce your storage TCO. And that's why you and your team need QUOTAWatch - one of the SHARPEWare family of storage management tools.
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