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Storage magazine - Vol. 2 No. 6 August 2003

Storage managers like Ryan Farley live in a world where message volumes are exploding, emails never get thrown away and archives must be instantly retrievable. Also, read more on securing your SAN, what to do about SAN islands and disk backup for recovery.  Access >>>

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