Rick Cook is a freelance writer.
He has been a frequent contributor to SearchStorage.com.
Contributions from Rick Cook
- Controlling cluster sizes to get more disk space in Win
- Expanding the shrinking backup window
- Class 2 Service and SANs
- Estimating bounds for storage system requirements
- Choosing a class of SAN sevice: Class 1
- Match your backup to your needs
- Disk quotas for Windows NT 4
- Redundancy means security in SAN fabrics
- New tape technologies: LTO
- Extreme measures for offsite storage
- Super DLT Tape
- Server-free backup is not a panacea
- Disk auditing in Windows 2000
- Service classes in Fibre Channel SANs
- Publish your disk quota policies
- "Quotaless quotas" in Windows 2000
- San management -- critical success factors
- Storage resource management -- Riding herd on all your storage
- Keeping storage growth under control
- Fibre or SCSI RAID for SAN?