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All blog posts tagged "Overprovisioning"

Overprovisioning: Give a little, get a lot.

Doug Rollins   |   April 10, 2009   |   Storage

Suppose I told you that the local car dealership was selling a car that offered double the gas mileage of standard models (or double the top speed for you daredevils).  You'd probably say something like "Sure, but what is it going to cost me?"  Suppose I told you that the models were identical, but the performance version had just one less seat.  In order to double the gas mileage or top speed, all you had to do was give up a single seat.  Would you buy it? If you used you car as a vanpool, and...

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