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Storage magazine - Vol. 5 No. 9 November 2006

Our annual Storage Salary survey for 2006 shows that storage professionals are making more than ever -- and storage has become one of the hottest, in-demand IT skills. Ken Bartels says job security and year-end bonuses help keep turnover low in his Pittsburgh-based shop. Also, learn how to move data with HSM tools and what happens when HBAs take on virtualization.  Access >>>

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