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  • Mobile cloud storage best practices

    In the September 2012 cover story of Storage magazine, Phil Goodwin examines the immediate need for better mobile backup processes, highlights the unique benefits cloud services can provide for addressing these challenges and shares his 4 keys to mob... 

  • Data archiving in the cloud

    Check out the May issue of Storage 2012 to stay up to date on the latest in storage, cloud technology, archiving, backups and more. 

  • Hot, warm, cold: Pick the right disaster recovery site

    Check out this first 2012 issue of Storage Magazine for in-depth analysis of the factors you need to consider when choosing the best type of DR site for your organization, including balancing costs against risks. 

  • How to successfully deploy data replication

    Data replication has taken center stage in hot storage technologies and is a fundamental component of DR and backup and recovery operations. This issue's cover story explores where best to deploy replication: in the array, network or servers. Plus, c... 

  • How to distance your data from disaster

    Brian Mitchell of Atlanta-based TRX Inc. likes having to deal with only one operating system for all the NetApp NAS systems in his shop because it allows him to manage the data, not the devices. Also, read stories on single-console storage management... 

  • Tips for real-world disaster recovery planning

    Hartz Mountain's Jeremy Kahn has a disaster recovery plan that protects critical data at the real estate giant's headquarters and branch offices. In addition, read stories on any-point-in-time backups and how to be a master budget builder. 

  • Distance: the new mantra for disaster recovery

    For Travis Credit Union's Charlie Roberts, data protection means online copies stored 150 miles away. Also, get information on the best storage for fixed content and tips on deciding whether you need a shared file system. 

  • bidirectional replication

    Bidirectional replication is a method of replication between storage media such as hard disks or virtual disks in different locations, in which data can be transmitted in either direction. 

  • Storage as a Service (SaaS)

    Storage as a Service (SaaS) is a business model in which third-party providers rent space on their storage to end users that lack the capital budget and/or technical personnel to implement and maintain their own storage infrastructure. 

  • wide-area file services (WAFS)

    Wide-area file services (WAFS) is a storage technology that makes it possible to access a remote data center as though it were local. Among other benefits, WAFS enables businesses, academic institutions, and government agencies having numerous branch... 

  • storage distance extension

    Storage distance extension refers to any of several different technologies that allow data communication in Fibre Channel storage area networks (SANs) over long spans of fiber optic cable. 

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