Take a closer look at 6 common misconceptions about OEM storage. Learn the truth behind OEM coverage, storage options to consider, and questions to ask before signing.
Managing the performance of your storage systems is a critical task that must be done effectively to organize and protect your information while maximizing your investment. Finding the right equipment is key and when the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) sells you a storage solution that is up to the task, the initial experience can be smooth sailing. As the warranty expiration date nears, however, you may encounter rougher seas. There could be a persistent call to replace your storage with the latest release, regardless of how your equipment is performing for you. Perhaps there’s certain strong-arm techniques being used to push you towards buying brand-new storage equipment.
It’s not difficult to understand why the OEM seems to be the only option for your storage support solutions. The best way to combat the one-option-only illusion is to educate yourself. The following fact-finding mission will help you rethink OEM and third-party maintenance (TPM) storage options to ensure you are making the best decision for you and your company.
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