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Vol. 3 No. 6 August 2004

Adding low-cost tiers to conserve storage costs

Storage managers like Nielsen's Robert Stevenson are adding low-cost tiers to conserve pricey storage, and improve backup and disaster recovery. In addition, get tips on how to shorten backup windows and helping end users recover their own files.

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Features in this issue

  • SAN switch smarts

    Switches can now handle storage management, performance management and security. Here's a comprehensive look at the pros and cons of intelligent switches.

  • Big Mac attack for storage

    by  Alex Barrett

    Got storage-hungry Mac desktops to feed? Apple Computer Inc.'s Xserve RAID, its 3.5TB RAID array and the Xserve platform running Mac OS X have performed a minor miracle: Together, they seem to have made Mac a legitimate server and storage platform.

  • First look: iStora 4000 from Breece Hill

    by  Lawrence Disbury

    The iStora 4000 offers idiot-proof disk-to-disk-to-tape backup that smaller customers can afford.

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