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Vol. 3 No. 10 December 2004

Survey says: Heterogeneous fabrics still rare

The trend is clear. Most storage managers (77%) still won't mix switch vendors in a single fabric. On the disk subsystem side, however, only 44% have compunctions about mixing vendors in a storage area network (SAN). This data was culled from Wave 4 of TheInfoPro Inc.'s (www.theinfopro.net) Storage Study of Fortune 1000 Storage Pros.

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    In the coming months, expect to pay more for tape cartridges.

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  • Storage salaries edge up

    Storage's second annual Salary Survey finds salaries and bonuses inching upward despite a still sluggish economy. Even with hiring remaining flat, 2005 looks promising for storage salaries.

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