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September 2005

  • Managed-storage services move past one size fits all

    MCI has launched a managed-storage service that's closer to utility pricing and offers users more options on the type of storage they need.

  • SATA for small Exchange environments?

    This advice details whether SATA can be used for Exchange environments of about 50 people or less.

  • LUN sharing

    This advice discusses whether a LUN actually be used by two or more servers and a common application like Oracle at the same time and maintain data integrity.

  • Storage Clips: Apple updates Xserve RAID

    Apple boosts capacity of Xserve RAID array; PolyServe software allows quick migration between Linux servers and storage; Vormetric certified with IBM.

  • Katrina-affected business gets back Ontrack

    After Hurricane Katrina destroyed its office building in Gulfport, Miss., one company used Ontrack to recover data from hard drives it thought were beyond salvaging.

  • GBIC connection to single or multimode fiber

    This advice discusses the possibility of connecting a short-distance GBIC to single mode fiber and multimode fiber.

  • CIFS benchmarks, please

    Learn more about why there isn't a good benchmark tool to measure CIFS performance in a meaningful manner like IOPS over the network and what currently is being done to develop CIFS benchmarks.

  • iFCP


  • Storage Clips: MCI launches storage service

    Phone company MCI will offer its managed hosting customers a managed storage service; Emulex provides embedded switch to HP; EqualLogic snuggles up with Western Scientific.

  • FCIP

    FCIP quiz answer

  • Avoid the pain in data migration

    There are a number of reasons why data migration can be a painful process, but best practices can help ensure a successful migration without the trauma.

  • How to find a football in the Grand Canyon

    We've finally discovered how to store huge amounts of data in a smaller box. Now we just have to figure out how to find it all.

  • Tiered storage with SATA

    Planning is the most important step when setting up a tiered-storage system using lower-cost disk.

  • Netgear launches dirt-cheap IP SAN

    For as little as $150, small office users can buy an IP SAN from Netgear that doesn't require HBAs, RAID controllers or expensive disk drives.

  • Remote recovery sites: What distance is far enough?

    Remote or alternate recovery sites need to be planned carefully. This tip discusses elements to consider when selecting the location.

  • High-end NAS considerations, part two

    Learn about the variety of approaches to take when implementing a high-end NAS system.

  • Sun looks to knit together SAN, NAS

    Sun is trying to reappear on the storage radar screen by offering seven new products, most aimed at consolidating management of SAN and NAS systems.

  • Behind the firewall 19

    EMC acquires Rainfinity in fire sale ... VoIP and SATA arrays inflate storage archives ... Who won the bid for HP's new midrange tape library?

  • Fast Guide: Disk-based backup

    Whether you're just considering your disk-based backup options, evaluating products or right in the middle of an implementation, our Fast Guide: Disk-based backup will help you figure out how to ma...

  • Quality Awards: Backup software

    The latest Diogenes Labs-Storage magazine Quality Awards has hands-on users rating 14 enterprise and SMB backup products for service and reliability.