Storage Decisions San Francisco 2008 Session Downloads

Storage Media Group

In 2008, storage managers are still struggling with many of the same issues you've dealt with for years. But things have changed, and constantly fighting fires is no longer a viable plan. However, there are answers. Storage managers are applying "new" management concepts like data classification, data management, data protection and storage tiering with successful results. And the last wave of technology innovation -- VTLs, CDP, data deduplication, storage virtualization, archiving, data encryption and CAS -- are ready for prime time as the leading technology providers have either established a track record and financial stability or been acquired and integrated into larger vendors' suites.

At Storage Decisions San Francisco 2008, the world's leading independent storage experts gave you an in-depth look into the practical application of these "new" technologies and concepts -- as well as provide the latest tips and advice on more traditional storage technology and practice.

Download the materials from those sessions here. As in the past, Storage Decisions is a multi-track event. The tracks include:

  • Backup Technologies

  • Storage Systems & Networking

  • Data Retention and Retrieval

  • Storage and Capacity Management

  • Management/Executive

    Data protection continues to be Job #1 for most storage managers -- a job that only gets more complex as each year

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