February 2007

  • NAS vs. PC-based file server

    Business continuity expert Pierre Dorion discusses NAS vs. a PC-based file server.

  • Status of NetBackup 6.0

    Business continuity expert Pierre Dorion discusses the status of Netbackup 6.0.

  • Integrating iSCSI and FC storage

    Mixing iSCSI with Fibre Channel (FC) allows you to make more efficient use of installed storage capacity, but marrying the two protocols isn't without its challenges. Bringing iSCSI into existing F...

  • Replication for disaster recovery

    Business continuity expert Pierre Dorion discusses how replication can be used for disaster recovery.

  • ISCSI brings VMware to a new audience

    Chicken, meet egg: The rising popularity of both iSCSI storage and VMware over the last year means the two technologies are now set to feed off one another in new ways.

  • Removable disk vies with tape

  • Protect laptop data

    When your company's data is mobile, it's far more vulnerable, so protecting laptop data is critical. Protecting data on laptops is a two-pronged process: ensuring the data is always available using...

  • Clustering ERP apps

    For mission-critical apps, availability is the key. Clustering those applications can ensure they stay up and running, but clustering often conjures up images of complex technologies and an environ...

  • Optical storage eyes the enterprise

  • Best storage products of 2006

    Our fifth annual Products of the Year awards recognize the 15 new or enhanced storage products that rose to the top in 2006. The editors of Storage and SearchStorage.com, along with a panel of...

  • Automated tiering awaits standards

  • Data classification gets a human touch

  • Flash drives lock down data

  • Doubts about CDP persist

  • From worm to worst

    Everyone thinks about online data in the same way: You write it, read it, rewrite it and keep it forever. But many organizations have far more data that's written once, read a few times and kept al...

  • Latest technological innovations coming from Europe

    Storage Bin: If you want to know where the latest technological innovations are coming from, go to Europe.

  • Are you taking the iSCSI plunge?

    iSCSI has grown from a theoretical standard into a real technology with real storage products. Although once considered by many to be a Fibre Channel killer, iSCSI has gained a substantial foothold...

  • Classified data: For your eyes only

    Classified data: For your eyes only

  • Integrating iSCSI and FC storage

    Mixing iSCSI with Fibre Channel (FC) allows you to make more efficient use of installed storage capacity, but marrying the two protocols isn't without its challenges. Bringing iSCSI into existing F...

  • oversubscription

    Oversubscription, in a SAN (storage area network) switching environment, is the practice of connecting multiple devices to the same switch port to optimize switch use... (Continued)