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Complete Storage Decisions wrap-up

Mark Lewis, Events Director

Learning how to temper data growth and control costs -- that was the reason a record number of your storage peers attended the Storage Decisions conference in Chicago last week.

Conference sessions

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covered a bevy of topics ranging from backup, recovery, virtualization, VMware, boosting disk performance, and managing and negotiating costs.
Conference news highlights

Email archiving: Should storage pros keep everything?

Tiered storage shifts focus away from disk

Xiotech and Prism settle grievances in arbitration

VMware users long for live data migration

Intel to sell FalconStor-based appliances

In case you missed the show or want a refresh all of the presentations, we have added the slides to our library. I encourage you to take a look at the agenda and see what you missed. Many of our expert presenters brought a very fresh and innovative point of view from the data center.

As always we've carved up the presentations into logical tracks. Each of these track pages has the slide presentations available for download.

  • Data Protection Track Sessions
  • Architecture Track Sessions
  • Engineering Track Sessions
  • Executive Track Sessions
  • Smart Shopper Track Sessions

    Later this year, Storage Decisions will be back in New York (Sept. 27-29) and in Las Vegas (Dec. 6-8). We'll keep you updated with messages to your inbox, but if you want more information on the shows, check in at the Storage Decisions Web site for more.

    If you have any suggestions as to topics, speakers or show sessions, please don't hesitate to email me your thoughts.

    See you at the next show,


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