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  • NAS management improves with scale-out NAS, file virtualization and cloud storage services

    NAS management can be difficult due to huge migrations and downtime. Learn how to control NAS sprawl with scale-out NAS, file virtualization and information classification tools, and cloud storage services. 

  • Special Report: Direct-attached storage

    Direct-attached storage (DAS) is thriving in the enterprise more than ever, and Exchange 2007 is the application leading the DAS revival. 

  • Midrange NAS arrays product specifications

    Listed here are product specifications for over 25 midrange NAS array products. Find out which storage vendors are offering midrange NAS arrays and what those midrange arrays offer, such as capacity, number of drives, connectivity and transfer rate. 

  • NAS best practices: Avoid file management nightmares by planning

    The good news is that you can get a NAS box up and running in 20 minutes. The bad news is that deploying your second, third and fourth NAS system creates a file management nightmare. 

  • NAS arrays shouldering more mission-critical enterprise apps

    NAS arrays are moving beyond traditional file serving to running production databases, mission-critical enterprise applications and VMware installations. 

  • Network attached storage quiz

    So you're trying to master the intricacies of network attached storage and you want to know what's up with NFS, CIFS and gateways. Take our quiz on network attached storage and see how much of a NAS master you are. 

  • Web 2.0 and other digital-rich industries drive clustered NAS adoption

    Digital-rich industries, such as Web 2.0, are demanding high-performance NAS clustering, pushing file-based storage from 39% market share in 2006 to 76% in 2011, according to analysts. 

  • High-performance NAS speeds file-based storage

    Traditionally, NAS systems have had limitations in throughput, connectivity, reliability and scalability. As a result, mission-critical storage tasks still required a SAN. Today, a new generation of high-performance NAS systems promises to overcome p... 

  • NAS appliance specifications

    NAS appliances are noted for their convenience, offering dedicated internal storage that is relatively straightforward to identify and manage. The biggest issue for NAS appliances is avoiding network bottlenecks and supporting expansion without havin... 

  • Learning Guide: NAS

    If you want to learn more about NAS, this is the place. Whether you're setting up your first NAS box or you're an expert who wants to stay up to date on what's new in the NAS world, you'll find something of interest here. Check out our resources on N...