IT Issues that Need Cleaning Up: Herzog’s Dirty Dozen

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If you are at a supermarket, the “dirty dozen” is a list of foods that are considered the most tainted. Similarly, if you are working in an enterprise or for a service provider, the dirty dozen is a list of issues that tarnish IT infrastructure, “contaminating” current enterprise-grade implementations and exposing the dangers and risks associated with them. They are the challenges, gaps, misconceptions, and problems that keep CxOs, storage administrators, and other IT leaders up at night, worried that they don’t know what they don’t know. Before you can clean up the issues, you need to know wh…

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