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  • Take care of data restoration clients

    Storage expert Stephen Foskett offers advice on how to deal with a large number of restore requests -- from long term to short term and those coming from the middle.


  • 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. 

  • Remote backup services get affordable

    StorageTek makes its foray into remote backup; Iron Mountain adds stronger encryption to its e-vaulting service, and HP and EMC unveil backup products for SMBs. 

  • Advanced Backup School: Quiz for Lessons 1-3

    Test yourself after you take Lessons 1-3 of our Advanced Backup School. 

  • 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. 

  • Rescue stranded storage

    How SRM products can help you discover capacity that isn't accessible to an array. 

  • DLTs vs. CDs: Pros and cons

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of digital linear tapes (DLTs) vs. CDs? Pierre Dorian explores the capacity, performance and cost issues surrounding each technology. 

  • Cisco introduces File Engine appliance

    Companies looking to consolidate their storage at a central data center can now purchase WAFS technology from Cisco for network-based file sharing. 

  • Best practices for laptop backup

    Companies rarely plan for laptop backup beyond the usual pleas to employees to back up their data to the corporate servers. 

  • What is HiCopy?