Tech Report: WAFS

This Tech Report helps you learn what you need to know about wide are file systems (WAFS).

This month's "Tech Report" will help you learn the ins and outs of a wide area file system (WAFS). WAFS technology allows a remote office to interact with a corporate data center as if it were local -- allowing file access and data transfers in almost real time. It's a growing trend among IT users, so read up on who's who in the WAFS world, and how it can reduce you data needs and speed up remote backup processes.

 

TECH REPORT
 

 Click here for the original tech report from Storage magazine. This article also includes a   downloadable comparison table about WAFS software.  

For more information about WAFS, take a look at these SearchStorage.com resources:

This was first published in October 2005

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