Todd Mace of cloudjock.com writes the following:
This dichotomy I find fascinating as I think it also relates to the smartphone industry. For example, when I upgraded to the iPhone 6, I immediately noticed a performance increase; however after several weeks of use, I wasn’t aware of the performance increase, as I became accustom to the new effect. It wasn’t until I picked up my daughters iPhone 4S and started using it, when I then realized again the app performance and usability that I gained from going with the newest device.
How about your customers, and their storage performance? Do you see the same thing, or it it completely different with them?
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