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  • Users put the screws to vendors on SAN costs

    SANs may be getting cheaper to buy, but they're now more expensive to own than ever before. Soaring management costs are forcing users to change their ways and "put the screws" to storage vendors. 

  • Fabric-based SAN management software unveiled

    Emerging from its earlier stealthier stance, Incipient unveils its first network-based SAN management software at Storage Networking World. 

  • Increasing uptime, performance with SANs

    In case you've missed anything, here's a roundup of some of the best original technical content that appeared on the week of April 5- April 9. Tips, Ask the Expert Q&As, and the lastest Backup School Webcast cover increasing data ce... 

  • Microsoft offers more Exchange, SAN management

    Microsoft has added SAN configuration support to Windows Server 2003 and support for Exchange in Windows Storage Server. What's the deal? 

  • UK schools leap into SAN space

    Struggling rural schools in England have begun to improve through a high-end SAN infrastructure and e-learning applications. 

  • More choices for integrating IP SANs

    OEM deals for LeftHand Networks will pull its software into more sophisticated storage environments 

  • SD 2004 preview: Blunders in building big SANs

    In this preview to the presentation he'll make at the Storage Decisions conference, consultant Marc Staimer offers some advice on avoiding common mistakes when scaling your... 

  • Sub-$10,000 SANs become a reality

    Storage startup iQstor is offering a serial ATA-based Fibre Channel SAN for a price one expert calls "impossible to argue with." 

  • IBM promises more integrated management

    IBM has combined technologies from its Tivoli software and on-demand computing product lines with a new device manager to tackle heterogeneous storage management. 

  • Sun signs deal for standards-based management

    Sun Microsystems has signed a deal with AppIQ to add standards-based storage management capabilities to the StorEdge Enterprise Storage Manager.