Dell EMC PowerProtect DD (Data Domain) ROI

MohamedDakn
General Manager responsible for IT Infrastructure and Operations at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
As far as having a return on investment, I see investing in Data Domain as having a positive return. It is reliable and it does a very good job when it comes to data compression and deduplication. It makes the backup size much smaller, which saves the company a lot of money because you are not buying tape cartridges for the tape library or even hard discs for temporary backup to store redundant information. Another ROI which is less tangible is the time for recovery. If I have a problem and I would like to recover something, it is a much faster procedure working with hardware than with tape. View full review »
Adams Rasheed
Information Technology Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had a major crash at the Production Site, which caused a failure to our server on the site. The restore process was good, and for that alone it goes a long way. We don't have to manually transport the backup to the site. It eliminates the transport costs, and the data integrity is huge, so we are fine with it. Hence, the return on investment is huge and its instant. View full review »
Chris Childerhose
Senior Engineer - Backup & Replication at ThinkON
It has been very good especially with the expansion shelf added. View full review »
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