More on backup, clustering from Preston and others in March conference and magazine

Michele Hope, Editor

If you want to know more about backup/recovery insights or hear more on the subject of clustering, servers and storage from W. Curtis Preston, check out these other resources available from searchStorage.

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Storage Magazine Editorial Highlights: March issue

Our first issue of Storage magazine has much more on the topic of management and backup/recovery lessons and tips. Here's a preview of our March topics:
** Strategies to Manage the Explosion of Customer Data.
** Storage Professionals are Hot. (A snapshot of the evolution of the storage profession.)
** How to Make NAS Work with Microsoft Exchange.
** A Guide to Secure SANS.
** Plus, how September 11 changed disaster recovery for all of us, and what?s been learned about the use of tape, electronic, and disk backup.

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