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FCW : July 15, 2014
Federal agencies and departments today are managing much more data---and more types of data---than ever before. For agencies to make the most of that data, it must be categorized, prioritized and stored in possible. Storing the vast variety and volume of data agencies are dealing with right storage technology---it requires a well thought out approach that is More importantly, it requires that the new storage technology work seamlessly with both existing storage and the agency's networking infrastructure. "We know how critical storage is to the federal government, and of GovSmart, a small disadvantaged business with big credentials. GovSmart has worked hard to earn its reputation as the company to turn solutions that will integrate well with an existing infrastructure and position an agency for future data growth. its federal customers with the best options and the best value, GovSmart has partnered with NetApp, a leading storage vendor. Its NetApp partnership allows GovSmart to provide a wider array of storage solutions for its federal customers. "With our expertise in NetApp technology, we can help customers not only consolidate onto a NetApp storage area network (SAN), but incorporate deduplication and a providing top of the line data of preparing an agency for private "GovSmart's knowledge of storage, networking and processing helps agencies move to this type of cloud-based technical model, and gives agencies the ability to easily move from private to hybrid or Dave Denson, cloud technologist at NetApp. its customers, GovSmart has both engineer and a senior networking work with agencies both before and after the sale to help with needs solution development. With both storage and networking engineers that the storage will integrate with says. In one engagement, for example, a prime contractor turned to GovSmart to solve a host of challenges for a federal customer's existing storage environment. Not only had the agency run out of storage space, but its storage investment was beginning to sprawl, with eight different storage especially with limited resources. GovSmart's experts solved the problems by migrating all of the existing storage onto one platform. In addition to shrinking the overall footprint, the consolidation helped the agency better understand its storage resources and reclaim storage capacity it didn't even know had. Management also was greatly Helping agencies meet goals In addition to providing expert advice and superior service to agencies for well as an authorized sales agent for Sword and Shield Enterprise Security under NASA's SEWP IV contract. government agencies can buy directly from the company in amounts under $6.5 million, with no additional fees and expedited service. which encourage federal agencies to award a certain percentage of their contracts to small, disadvantaged businesses. GovSmart's participation provides an opportunity to meet the three percent goal the federal government has set for all agencies. Co o Co E G C GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED CONTENT STORAGE For more information, go to www.netapp.com For more information, go to www.govsmart.com
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