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September 2007

  • Storage, heal thyself

  • IDC: High-end storage stalls in second quarter

    IDC reports a lull in high-end enterprise spending in its quarterly disk tracker, with new growth lower in the market; Seagate plans encrypted 1 TB disk drive for PCs.

  • When purchasing NAS products, look before you leap

    Storage can be added to a network using NAS devices -- dedicated disk-based storage devices that attach to the LAN through an ordinary network connection. NAS devices can be expanded with additiona...

  • Surviving e-discovery

    It's been eight months since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended, and e-discovery rulings are all over the map, creating chaos for companies that must comply.

  • Ten tips to meet data compliance audits

    Here are 10 tips that will help you prepare for, and master, the inevitable data compliance audits.

  • Product Roundup: E-discovery

    Here's a look at some of the vendors and products that make up the e-discovery market.

  • Learn all about SATA

    This handbook offers three related SATA tips which compare SATA to SAS and SCSI and provides advice on striking the right balance between them.

  • NetApp files suit against Sun over ZFS

    NetApp says Sun's ZFS violates its patents and seeks an injunction against its distribution, potentially putting Sun's storage business at risk. Update 9/6/07: Sun counterattacks.

  • How to choose and implement a NAS aggregator

    Rick Cook details network-attached storage (NAS) aggregator basics, suggests things to consider before implementing a NAS aggregator, and outlines the major players in the market.

  • Onaro adds capacity planning, plans VMware support

    Onaro announces new modules for its monitoring and change management software that should allow users to check off some long-standing items on their wish lists.

  • IP storage quiz

    Think you know IP storage? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up. Are you an IP storage moppet or master? Either way, challenge your co-workers to an IP storage showdown.

  • How to choose an e-discovery tool

    Here is a list of factors to consider when choosing an e-discovery tool.