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  • Achieving secure data storage for shared read/write I/O operation

    Storage expert Greg Schulz answers a reader's question: "How can we achieve concurrent write access to our SAN without corruption?" 

  • How to add more channels to a network

    Storage expert Greg Schulz answers a reader's question: "What is the best way to get more channels in my network?" 

  • Why not do everything with NAS vs. SAN?

    Go ahead! As long as the applications support NAS... 

  • How to increase your storage energy efficiency

    You can improve your storage energy efficiency by spinning down and powering off disk drives not in use, placing disk drives into a slower mode and using RAID levels and tiered storage. 

  • Using SAS and SATA for tiered storage

    This podcast offers detailed information about SAS and SATA so you can strike the right balance between SAS and SATA in a tiered storage environment. 

  • RAID levels defined

    This tip offers a listing of the RAID levels in use today and details the characteristics and applications of each. 

  • How to choose the correct RAID level

    This tip offers nine things to consider when deciding which RAID level is right for your organization's needs. 

  • RAID (redundant array of independent disks)

    RAID (redundant array of independent disks; originally redundant array of inexpensive disks) is a way of storing the same data in different places (thus, redundantly) on multiple hard disks. By placing data on multiple disks, I/O (input/output) oper... 

  • Introduction to SAN technology

    SANs overcome the problems of traditional network storage by moving storage resources off the common user network and reorganizing those storage components into an independent, high-performance network. SANs also support storage features such as disk... 

  • storage consolidation

    Storage consolidation, also called storage convergence is a method of centralizing data storage among multiple servers.