Microsoft S2D vs StarWind VSAN: See what clients say about true hyperconvergence



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    The official US motto sounds like “In God we trust”. But there is also another part of this phrase: "In God we trust, the rest we check". Do you want to choose the right soft- or hardware? Always check and read, especially user reviews. IT Central Station is an online platform that offers current, objective, and relevant user information and helps in choosing the best technical solution. Do you doubt what to give preference: StarWind Virtual SAN or Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct?

    Take a look what customers have to say about hyperconvergence done in the right way and make your choice at the following link.



  • @Oksana said in Microsoft S2D vs StarWind VSAN: See what clients say about true hyperconvergence:

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    The official US motto sounds like “In God we trust”. But there is also another part of this phrase: "In God we trust, the rest we check". Do you want to choose the right soft- or hardware? Always check and read, especially user reviews. IT Central Station is an online platform that offers current, objective, and relevant user information and helps in choosing the best technical solution. Do you doubt what to give preference: StarWind Virtual SAN or Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct?

    Take a look what customers have to say about hyperconvergence done in the right way and make your choice at the following link.

    Why for the love of all thing natural do I have to register to download a whitepaper.

    Please, PLEASE just post a link to an informative whitepaper without asking me to register.

    @KOOLER can you fix this!



  • @DustinB3403 how would their sales drones bug you if they just put the info here????



  • Ya, no thanks.



  • @RojoLoco said in Microsoft S2D vs StarWind VSAN: See what clients say about true hyperconvergence:

    @DustinB3403 how would their sales drones bug you if they just put the info here????

    They already have my information and they actually don't nag me.

    What does irk me is that every time I do want to read one of these I have to register or login to see the information.