Issue OverviewStorage magazine - Vol. 8 Num. 6 September 2009
Storage Magazine Online September 2009 features a cover story updating the speedy evolution of Solid-State Storage – and what factors are transforming this technology from a niche to standard practice for storage shops. Access >>>
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Solid-state storage update
Solid-state storage is still mostly for well-heeled shops with power-hungry apps, but new developments could bring solid state down to earth soon.
Software vendors expand data deduplication offerings
by Beth Pariseau, News Writer
You can add data deduplication to your backup operations with an appliance, VTL or target array -- but backup application vendors offer software-only alternatives.
- Solid-state storage update
Capacity still biggest backup bugaboo
Storage managers are making headway with backup pain points, but rising capacities are still a headache. How are storage pros dealing with these challenges? More disk.
Use storage more efficiently
by Robert L. Scheier
Getting the most out of what you already have isn't just smart, it might be the only way to keep your storage shop alive and well.
- Capacity still biggest backup bugaboo
Is cloud-based backup right for you?
by Lauren Whitehouse
Before deciding if cloud-based backup is a fit with your company, you need to understand the two basic flavors of cloud backup -- SaaS and hybrid.
Rule #1: Know thy data
Data classification isn't just for document management systems anymore; it's the key to storage efficiency.
- Is cloud-based backup right for you? by Lauren Whitehouse
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