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Microsoft to support boot from iSCSI SAN
Exchange protection goes real-time
Big three apps adjust to disk-based backup
Standards or product development?
Deploying Intelligent Information Management applications
The winners of Storage magazine's Products of the Year were surprising
NetApp joins the VTL fray
This is only a test
Continuous data protection technology trends in storage
Virtual reality: The inevitability of storage virtualization
IT vendors have spent more time and money helping to inflate the tech bubble than on building succes
Relief for remote-office backup blues
Cut out the fat
HP has a cool idea
Surviving microcode upgrades
Virtualization--a hard habit to kick
Snapshot: Do you replicate your data remotely?
Survey Says: Clustered file systems are still not widespread
EMC takes the HighRoad (again)
Microsoft's storage push
Adding old e-mail to an archive is no easy task
Startups and standards
A toaster oven in the data center
How safe is your archived data?
Marriott's lost tapes are just the latest in a string of high-profile storage snafus
Behind the firewall 20
New benchmark measures array throughput
EMC launches SMB line
VTLs' capacity for data grows
Not just a big switch
Snapshot: What does virtualization mean to you?
Shopping for storage: One vendor or more?
Survey says: Users opt for appliance-based virtualization
Speed wars: Fibre Channel vs. Ethernet
10Gb Ethernet means more host support
Best storage products of 2005
E-mail archiving moves downmarket
Tape security... with compromises
Top tape libraries revealed
Cut big backups down to size
New demands, new opportunities
2005 was a remarkable and productive year in storage
No more dodging storage security
Video will bloat e-mail systems
Encryption appliances reviewed
SRM gets smarter
Behind the Firewall 10
Rounding up remote offices
Survey Says: Users thirst for capacity planning tools
Pump up array performance
Storage going green
Snapshot: Bare metal restore used by half of storage managers
Capacity, throughput demands grow unabated
How old are your data backup tapes?
Survey Says: Data growth continues its breakneck pace
Looks like tape, spins like disk
Get ready for virtualization
Fear not Exchange migration
NAS consolidation options
Larger SANs drive storage growth
The future of virtual machine backup
Hot technologies for 2006
Security products proliferate
Rethinking backup licenses
Get ready for real ILM
The next phase of storage networking
Storage trends for 2006: iSCSI and security
Storage market is a soap opera
Smart career moves
Low risk or low gain?
File formats that stand the test of time
Tape bulks up to keep pace with disk
Secure your backups
File Systems: The state of the art
Storage salaries increase
The lowdown on replication appliances
Easing away from ESCON
CDP poised to replace traditional backup methods
How many backup apps do you have?
The business aspect of data storage security
Quality Awards: What are the best midrange arrays?
Mac backup app picks up the slack
Backup outsourcers think small
How good is your disaster recovery plan
CDP comes down to Earth
Survey Says: Compliance-minded companies opt for CAS
Sizing up VTLs
How disk has changed backup
10 basic steps for better backup
Nothing but backup
Use mainframes for backups
Make tape libraries work with all platforms
Does host-based replication still make sense?
Will your disaster recovery plan work?
Tape library scales up and down
Who should control the SAN?
Getting serious about data storage security