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Storage magazine - February 2014 Vol. 12 No. 12

The best new/enhanced data storage products take center stage in the eleventh annual Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com Products of the Year competition. A panel of industry experts has chosen the top products in six categories: backup and disaster recovery software, backup hardware, storage infrastructure, storage management tools, storage system software and storage systems. The 16 products that won Gold, Silver or Bronze awards are profiled.

Disaster recovery (DR) is hard enough without making mistakes that can make it even tougher and more expensive. In our second feature, Jon Toigo provides a list of 10 common DR goofs and how to avoid them.

Configuring storage for millions or billions of big data files has been well described, but if big data means a few really big files -- like video, for example -- your storage needs are very different. Our final feature will tell you what you'll need.

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