Jon William Toigo is a 30-year IT veteran who has worked both as an operative within corporate information systems departments and as a senior consultant with two international systems integrators. He has written thousands of articles and columns for the computer trade press, including Storage magazine, SearchStorage.com, Computerworld, Network Computing, Mainframe Executive, Scientific American, Washington Technology and z/Journal.
Toigo has written 15 books on enterprise computing strategies, including:
- Disaster Recovery Planning: For Computers and Communication Resources
- Disaster Recovery Planning 3rd Edition: Preparing for the Unthinkable
- The Holy Grail of Network Storage Management
- The Holy Grail of Data Storage Management
- The Essential Guide to Application Service Providers
- Automated Training Development Systems: A Cost-Effective Strategy for Corporate Excellence
- Cost Containment: Assessing and Implementing Enterprise Computing Strategies
He is CEO and managing principal of Toigo Partners International, and operates the DrunkenData.com blog on storage and data management. Toigo has also chaired the Data Management Institute since 1992.
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Contributions from Jon William Toigo
- Can data storage equipment pass the Yoga Pants Test?
- Overcoming flash-based storage limitations
- Will erasure coding replace RAID?
- End bifurcated storage infrastructure management
- Not-so-open systems stymie storage management
- Don't forget about endpoint device management
- Using hybrid storage
- Toigo: Use a tiered storage model to save capacity
- Who's got the brains?
- The dangers of 3D printing
- The black holes of storage
- A friction theory of storage clouds
- When I grow up I want to be a … disk whisperer
- Tears of storage
- Bit rot eroding RAID
- A healthier diet for disaster recovery
- Were those crazy Mayans thinking about storage?
- Performance considerations for efficient data storage
- Use green data storage techs for power efficiency
- Five data protection guidelines for business continuity