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Hot data storage market technology trends for 2016
Check out our Hot Techs for 2016! For the past 13 years, we've honored the best and brightest technologies for the upcoming year. And as always, we are proud to present a batch of technologies we believe will make a big impact on data storage market technology. As in years past, most of our hot techs are "newish" rather than futuristic, because we want to focus on technologies that are mature and generally available.
Implementing VDI is one of those IT projects that's tough to execute in the real world. The primary roadblock to user adoption is the performance of the virtual desktop, and most of these performance problems are directly linked to the storage infrastructure. In this issue, you'll get practical advice on deploying storage to support virtual desktops.
And, surveys continue to indicate many organizations are still not confident in their ability to restore normal business operations quickly following a disaster. In spite of statistics that tell us every minute of downtime costs thousands, many shops haven't established a plan that they can rely on. In this issue, you'll learn best practices for BC/DR planning that are frequently overlooked.
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Find out what's hot and what's not-so-hot on our list of data storage technology trends for the coming year.
VDI performance issues which can be traced back to storage infrastructure are limiting user adoption of virtual desktop implementation.
Jason Buffington, Jon Toigo, George Crump, Marc Staimer and Paul Kirvan share their must-haves for your corporate DR plan.
Though one in three shops are using cloud storage, primarily for data protection, security is by far the biggest concern with cloud storage services.
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Yesterday's data storage tools are ill-equipped to handle today's data storage needs, but a handful of vendors have new products that can help.
LTO vendors boost tape storage capacity of new product launches in preparation for the forthcoming apocalypse of the zettabyte.
Backup admins and IT pros must work together to ensure corporate data protection among a decentralized workforce who embrace BYOD philosophy.
Though storage acceleration technologies are available, Taneja Group research shows that IT admins still struggle with performance.