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Storage Decisions recommended reading list

Storage Decisions recommended reading list
By Michele Hope, Senior Site Editor, SearchStorage

Okay, this is not really a scientific list, but one we still found enlightening. Prior to September's Storage Decisions 2001 conference held in Chicago, we asked many of our expert speakers and editorial staff to send us a few titles they'd recommend others read in the storage or general IT field. Since then, we've also added a few new favorites to our recommended storage reading list.

Some expected storage titles appear repeatedly on this list. Other surprise entries also appear. Below, you'll find the complete list, along with links (where available) to learn more about each of these books. Happy reading!

    Enterprise Storage Group's Steve Duplessie recommends:

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    TechTarget's VP of Editorial, Paul Gillin recommends:
  • The squandered computer: Evaluating the business alignment of information technologies, by Paul A. Strassmann.
  • Hackers: Heroes of the computer revolution, by Steven Levy.
  • The nudist on the late shift, by Po Bronson.
  • The gorilla game: Picking winners in high technology, by Geoffrey A. Moore, Paul Johnson, & Tom Kippola.
  • Apple: The inside story of intrigue, egomania, and business blunders, by Jim Carlton.
    Enterprise Management Associates' Michael Karp recommends:
  • Manager's guide to distributed environments, by Richard Ptak.
  • The innovator's dilemma, by Clay Christiansen.
  • Evolve! Succeeding in the digital culture of tomorrow, by Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
    Network Appliance CTO Steve Kleiman recommends:
  • The innovator's dilemma, by Clay Christiansen.

If you'd like to hear more about what many of these speakers had to say at Storage Decisions 2001, or view their presentations, please go to our comprehensive Storage Decisions 2001 featured topic.

This was first published in September 2001

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