• March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    Securing IP SANs

    IP SANs use commodity hardware and industry-standard protocols to provide a cost-conscious, easy-to-manage alternative to Fibre Channel arrays. But with IP comes the issue of security. We detail five ways to make an IP SAN more secure.  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    Fast Guide: Advanced Fibre Channel

    If you find yourself beyond the basic Fibre Channel (FC) phase and need more in-depth information on FC strategies, protocols, budget concerns and SAN connectivity issues, check out our Fast Guide to Advanced Fibre Channel.  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    StorageTek eyes mainframe users

    StorageTek is in discussions with Luminex Software to build a gateway between its FlexLine disk arrays and mainframe servers.  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    NAS heads: Gatekeepers for enterprise storage

    A NAS head can aggregate disk capacity on storage systems, making it easier to share files and usedisk space efficiently. NAS head capabilities vary, so understanding product features and your requirements is crucial.  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    Network-attached storage appliances: Not just for consumers

    Smart storage managers will keep an eye on the emerging consumer market for NAS appliances. The developments there are likely to bubble up to SMBs and enterprises.  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    Spotlight on midrange arrays

    Midrange arrays can handle most jobs traditionally associated with costly monolithic arrays at a far lower price. Our Special Report describes the benefits of these modular storage systems, profiles 14 of the leading midrange arrays and offers a ...  Continue Reading

  • March 08, 2005 08 Mar'05

    Storage Bin: Who's hot and who's not?

    The storage industry has regained some of its momentum—but it's not just the big players who are heating up. Persistence has paid off for smaller companies with big ideas.  Continue Reading