April 2005

  • RAID-50

    RAID-50

  • RAID-1: Mirroring

    RAID-1: Mirroring

  • RAID-10

    RAID-10

  • Microsoft puts management, storage under one roof

    Microsoft will soon discuss the shift of System Center from a single product to a product family that unifies several key enterprise technologies.

  • How to use NAS gateways

    Managing files has become a big headache for enterprises. Here's how to manage NAS gateways as the move out of the array and onto the network.

  • Firms experiencing more SAN-related disruptions than expected

    Numerous large and mid-size organizations indicated that, in 2004, they experienced multiple incidents of SAN-related application downtime.

  • RAID form factors shrink as market grows

    RAID adoption continues to grow as form factors get ever smaller.

  • EMC raises the bar for NAS

    EMC replaces its old NAS box with the Celerra NSX, which offers clustering, file virtualization and significantly higher maximum capacity.

  • IBM releases Windows-configured NAS servers

    The four file-and-print server products come with Windows Storage Server and are aimed at small and mid-sized organizations.

  • Users talk straight on vendors

    A group of users opened up about the evolving relationship between IT and business, as well as the secrets and lies that vendors get away with.

  • Where the storage things are

    Rarely does one get a chance to equate the storage industry to Maurice Sendak's classic children's tale "Where the wild things are." But, let's give it a shot.

  • How to create a business continuity plan

    In today's business environment, the only acceptable data loss is none at all. Find out how to create a business continuity plan that really works.

  • EMC CTO outlines technical direction

    In his first interview with the press, EMC CTO Jeff Nick outlined his challenges as CTO and EMC's technical direction for the next year.

  • Symantec CEO opens up on future with Veritas, page 3

    John W. Thompson discusses the merger of storage and security; the problems with Veritas' licensing model; competing with EMC; and nurturing, not neglecting, new technology.

  • Symantec CEO opens up on future with Veritas

    John W. Thompson discusses the merger of storage and security; the problems with Veritas' licensing model; competing with EMC; and nurturing, not neglecting, new technology.

  • Symantec CEO opens up on future with Veritas, page 2

    John W. Thompson discusses the merger of storage and security; the problems with Veritas' licensing model; competing with EMC,;and nurturing, not neglecting, new technology.

  • SNW: Day one roundup

    Users look to learn more about virtualization and tiered storage, while vendors announce 4 Gbps products, data migration software, backup and replication upgrades.

  • Rescue stranded storage

    How SRM products can help you discover capacity that isn't accessible to an array.

  • SNW Preview: What's hot?

    Here are some of the key announcements, sessions and people to look out for at SNW in Phoenix this week.

  • ISCSI ecosystem thriving

    If any one technology could steal the show at SNW this year, it might just be iSCSI as announcements pour in.