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February 2009 Table of Contents
Survival Guide for Storage Managers Extreme circumstances call for extreme measures. We list four ways to trim or hold down storage costs this year. By Rich Castagna
Deduping: The Rest of the Story (Storage Bin 2.0) Deduplication is great for paring backup data, so it should be even better for primary data. But where does it make the most sense to start dedupe? By Steve Duplessie
Best Storage Products of the Year 2008 Traditional and not-so-traditional products and services earned honors this year, addressing such issues as data deduplication, solid-state storage and storage cloud services. By Andrew Burton, Rich Castagna, Todd Erickson, Beth Pariseau, Dave Raffo and Carol Sliwa
Timetable for 10 Gigabit Ethernet The next generation of Ethernet is likely to have a profound effect on storage; pumped-up iSCSI performance may challenge Fibre Channel's tier 1 dominance. By Christine Cignoli
The Under-Over on DR One size doesn't fit all, especially when it comes to disaster recovery planning. Learn how to build a multitiered DR services capability. By Jim Damoulakis
Scale-Out NAS Poised for Growth (Hot Spots) The compelling economic benefits of deploying scale-out NAS have the technology increasing its footprint in the general storage space. By Terri McClure
Storage Shops Holding Up Under Economic Stress Whether budgets are up or down, most storage managers are doing some belt tightening, ready to forego some features or performance in favor of lower price tags. By Rich Castagna
Coming in Storage Magazine's March 2009 Issue Take a sneak peek at what's coming up in the next issue of Storage magazine.