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SCH Technologies, the US provider of storage management software solutions and services, today announced the launch of a new storage-specific consultancy unit, the Trilliant Group. SCH says the launch is in response to growing customer demand for outside help in finding the staff with the level of expertise needed to properly protect their data and leverage their storage assets. The Trilliant Group will provide a range of storage-specific consulting services, aimed at helping organisations to manage their current storage environments and plan more effectively for future operations. "IT executives are finding that their data center personnel simply cannot absorb the plethora of storage challenges without additional assistance and expertise," said Dale Miller, VP of the Trilliant Group. He said the initial response from customers had been overwhelming. Industry analysts have applauded the move: "The timing is definitely right for this announcement. The market has been crying out for just this type of third-party assistance," said Michael Peterson, president of Strategic Research. The Trilliant Group is also working with StorageTek on a project called Trisource Storage Service. This will allow companies to outsource all aspects of storage management. Trilliant will provide the analysis, design, and implementation and StorageTek will deliver storage management outsourcing services and ongoing project management.®

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