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  • Quick Takes: Bundling backup

    Oracle bundles NetWorker trial version; Avid fills the need for 2Gb speed; and Imation releases Black Watch DLT. 

  • Storage Smarts Question #13

    Storage Smarts Question #13 

  • Hitachi latest vendor to support storage management standard

    Hitachi said it will announce Tuesday support of the common information model (CIM). The move marks a rapidly growing movement by major vendors to support the storage management standard. 

  • First storage performance benchmarks announced

    The Storage Performance Council has released its first set of benchmark results for storage subsystems, but some question the validity of the tests. 

  • Storage Smarts Question #11

    Storage Smarts Question #11 

  • Storage Smarts Question #9

    Storage Smarts Question #9 

  • Microsoft: The great storage facilitator?

    Microsoft is taking a serious interest in managing networked storage. The company is looking toward building a better operating system to help manage underlying storage resources in NAS and SAN environments. 

  • Vendors march toward CIM management standard

    A group of vendors including EMC, HP, Sun and Veritas presented a unified front at the Storage Networking World conference by backing the Common Information Model as the only way out of the storage management dilemma. 

  • Inrange monitoring tool digs deep into data

    Inrange Technologies, a provider of storage networking tools, has a monitoring tool that allows users to grab both real-time and historical data to more efficiently monitor storage networks. 

  • Storage Management 2002 presentation slides

    Were you at SearchStorage's Storage Management 2002 conference? If you couldn't make it to the Midwest, not to worry. Here is your one-stop shop to get all of the PowerPoint presentations and CEO insight that the nearly 800 attendees in Chicago enjoy...