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Vol. 10 Num. 8 October 2011

Storage managers poised to tap new technologies

As budgetary constraints ease, storage shops are looking to emerging techs and cloud services to help deal with virtualized environments, data growth and performance demands. About the Storage Purchasing Intentions survey The Storage magazine/ SearchStorage.com Purchasing Intentions survey is fielded twice a year; this is the ninth year the survey has been conducted. Storage magazine subscribers and SearchStorage.com members are invited to participate in the survey, which gathers information related to storage managers’ purchasing plans for a variety of storage product categories. This edition had 699 qualified respondents across a broad spectrum of industries, with the average company size measured as having revenue of $1.4 billion. Budget cycles for the last couple of years have been slightly less brutal for data storage managers as business slowly nurses an ailing economy back to health. In the latest edition of the Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com Storage Purchasing Intentions survey, the data provided by the 699 survey ...

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Features in this issue

  • Solid-state goes mainstream

    by  Rich Castagna

    If a tech is judged by the products that crop up around it and the techs it spawns, then it’s hard to argue that solid-state storage hasn’t reached a certain level of maturity.

  • Storage managers poised to tap new technologies

    by  Rich Castagna

    As budgetary constraints ease, storage shops are looking to emerging techs and cloud services to help deal with virtualized environments, data growth and performance demands.

  • Status report: Solid-state storage

    by  Phil Goodwin, Contributor

    Solid-state storage has carved out a niche in the storage ecosystem, establishing itself as a viable alternative for high-performance applications.

Columns in this issue

  • Solid-state goes mainstream

    by  Rich Castagna

    If a tech is judged by the products that crop up around it and the techs it spawns, then it’s hard to argue that solid-state storage hasn’t reached a certain level of maturity.

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