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Hot data storage market technologies for 2017
For 14 years, Storage magazine has presented our picks for the hottest storage technologies in the coming year. This year, our honorees are, as in the past, "newish" rather than cutting-edge or futuristic. All are proven in the data storage market and ready for deployment today.
We also grade our 2016 picks to see how we did with last year's predictions for the data storage market and present storage trends that -- although heating up -- aren't quite ready to make the hot list. Check out Hot Tech for 2017!
Disaster recovery is tougher than ever to get a handle on. What constitutes a disaster has widened, there's a lot more data to account for, today's users expect little to no downtime for mission-critical applications and budgets have remained stagnant. As a result of these issues, many are turning to the cloud, specifically disaster recovery as a service, or DRaaS, to keep costs down and simplify planning. Learn how to best use the cloud for DR with this step-by-step guide.
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Features in this issue
Learn what's hot and what's not-quite-so-hot on our list of data storage technology trends for the forthcoming year.
Disaster recovery is about more than the duplication of enterprise data in an emergency, it's about getting the applications, servers and storage up and running quickly as well.
Disaster recovery as a service has fast become an ideal way for enterprises to tap the cloud to solve their disaster recovery challenges.
Columns in this issue
We're all guilty of data hoarding, and managing it is costing companies billions of dollars. The answer? Do a better job of managing all that useless data.
Jon Toigo advises paying less attention to storage component stories and more to system-focused narratives such as a cognitive data management process.
While many compliance mandates discuss the importance of data protection guidelines, not all are as prescriptive as you'd think or like them to be.
Infrastructure choice and integration are fundamental to capitalizing on all that a private cloud environment has to offer your organization.