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February 2004

  • More questions and answers from SAN School lesson # 5

    Here are additional questions and answers from SAN School Lesson 5: Designing a SAN. The questions cover topics ranging from how to determine an effective SAN design to meet your needs, to the diff...

  • More questions and answers from SAN school lesson # 8

    Here are SAN School Professor Chris Poelker's answers to more user submitted questions from SAN School Lesson 8, "Tying your SANs together." Q&A's cover topics ranging from what causes SAN problem...

  • Major storage disciplines and who gets to execute them

  • The state of SMI-S

  • EMC jumps on NAS gateway bandwagon

    EMC announced a pair of new Celerra NAS systems in an effort to capitalize on the popularity of NAS gateway deployments.

  • Is 2004 the year of compliance?

    SearchStorage.com compliance expert Mike Casey offers his predictions for the year ahead in regulatory compliance.

  • EMC upgrades Centera CAS system

    EMC has revamped its Centera Content Addressed Storage system with faster hardware and some new features for the mainframe.

  • EMC launches new Clariion arrays

    EMC has announced a new line of Clariion CX networked storage systems that offer faster performance, more platform support and new software options.

  • EMC claims more competitive pricing

    Most of the news out of EMC Corp. in the past several months has revolved around software, the company's strategy on information life cycle management, and acquisitions. But now the Hopkinton, Mass...

  • Where the SATA vs. SCSI race stands

    There is much talk about SATA storage taking over SCSI. How does SATA differ in its functionality with SCSI?

  • EMC upgrades Symmetrix DMX

    EMC has doubled the processor, memory and disk speeds of its Symmetrix DMX storage array. The company has also revamped its entire line of hardware products.

  • Defining critical storage management functions

    In this tip, expert Brett Cooper lists several leading areas critical to managing the day-to-day storage environment and a highlights a few improvements of current processes.

  • iSCSI Waters Getting Warmer

  • Are full backups dead?

    Tape may not be dead, but the way you use it can change. Consider increasing your use of incremental backup, particularly if you're integrating disk into your backup process.

  • Home is Where the Storage Is

    How much storage is in your home?

  • Remote DR: faster, farther and cheaper

    Post-Sept. 11, you need to consider disaster sites that are geographically distant from your main data centers. Remote replication software, IP storage and new techniques for long-term storage are ...

  • Put Your Data on Ice

    Proponents of information life cycle management (ILM) like to talk about managing data from birth to death. For most industries, that "death" can't come soon enough.

  • Is storage certification worth it?

    If you're thinking about advancing your career by becoming certified in a particular storage skill, read this article to help you decide if certification is worth your time and money.

  • Rein in e-mail storage

    With new government regulations and users' gigantic e-mail attachments, new approaches for storing e-mail are called for.

  • RFID May Strain Storage