Although the storage market continues to be one of the few IT sectors that is showing positive growth, things have changed. There is a palpable sense that storage decision makers, entrepreneurs, and movers and shakers within the industry are pondering things more carefully. Perhaps they want to see whether the economy as a whole resumes growth in a convincing manner. Perhaps they are trying to figure out how storage will fare in the larger post-Y2k, post-Internet bubble IT shake out. Or, particularly in the case of end users, they may simply be wondering which of the myriad storage technologies, standards, and schemes being promoted is the right one to bet their career or company on.

With all those questions in the air there may be more reasons than usual to attend one of the many storage industry events slated for the summer, fall, and early winter. After all, where else can one get so much unfiltered information and do so much "reality-checking" at one time. Here's a listing of some to consider:

  • Networld + Interop/COMDEX at Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Conference: September 9-13, 2002, Exhibition: September 10-12, 2002. (
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