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  • Has iSCSI arrived?

    Storage managers looking to save a few shekels have turned to iSCSI. This technology is fighting to make inroads into the data center, but according to expert Randy Kerns, it's on the outside looking in. Randy will be addressing iSC... 

  • Firms experiencing more SAN-related disruptions than expected

    Numerous large and mid-size organizations indicated that, in 2004, they experienced multiple incidents of SAN-related application downtime. 

  • Storage Clips: Microsoft launches simple SAN club

    Microsoft aims to make storage simple for SMBs; FineGround launches WAFS box; 3PAR upgrades remote copy. 

  • SAN disk-as-disk

    SAN disk-as-disk 

  • EMC adds SAN maintenance to ECC

    A new feature in EMC ControlCenter SRM suite called SAN Advisor tests and validates design changes made to a SAN. 

  • Storage Clips: Sun qualifies QLogic switches

    Sun aligns with QLogic for SMEs; Equity firms bid $10.5B for SunGard; Xiotech gets Novell Linux certification; Overland ships 1,000th REO. 

  • Storage Clips: EqualLogic deploys giant IP SAN

    iSCSI SAN startup EqualLogic builds a big IP SAN in Europe; CinemaNow picks Isilon; EMC Dantz, Western Digital partner with StorCase. 

  • Storage Clips: 3Par offers new copy utility

    3Par announces snapshots to ease burden on storage admins; ADIC breaks even in Q1; IBM simplifies console with TSM. 

  • IBM SAN Volume Controller hits sixth refresh

    The latest version of SAN Volume Controller will ship at the end of March and offers more granular pricing, but is still missing load-balancing functionality. 

  • Spotlight: Provisioning

    With these articles, tips and expert advice on provisioning we can help take a bit of the 'T' out of tedious provisioning.