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NetApp New Equipment Donation Program Provides a Quantum Leap in Data Storage at Three Higher-Education Institutions: White Paper

As new technologies emerge and evolve, so do the demands on education. Colleges and universities across the country face growing demands on their IT infrastructure and data storage resources. Acquiring new systems to meet this need is no small feat for today's cash-strapped institutions. Shrinking budgets and strained IT resources make adding to the technology infrastructure a daunting challenge.

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