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18 See how we can help you get the most out of your data center and your dollars. Storage virtualization offers a number of advantages to federal government agencies including improvements in efficiency, costs savings and disaster recovery. Our solution architects can draw up a virtualization plan tailored to the needs of your organization. In addition to maximizing your efficiency of your physical resources, they’ll keep your data center standing through the challenges that lie ahead. Breaking Ground on the Future of Virtualization Learn more at CDWG.com/storagevirtualization Agencies spend 25 percent of IT budgets solely on storage — a sobering number considering data is expected to grow 800 percent over the next five years. 4 86% of data centers will be virtualized by 2016. 1 Source: 1 datacenterjournal.com, “Data Erasure in Virtualized Environments,” December 2014 2Government Accountability Office, “Data Center Consolidation, Reporting Can Be Improved to Reflect Substantial Savings,” September 2014 3FEMA, “Disaster Declarations for 2014,” March 2015 4fedtechmagazine.com, “Big Data Puts Agencies at Storage Crossroads,” February 2015 $48.8 million The estimated amount the GSA will save from data center consolidation and cost avoidances between fiscal years 2011 through 2015. 2 44 The number of major disasters the Federal Emergency Management Agency declared in 2014. 3 86% 25%
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