Tips

  • SD2003: iSCSI - The new interconnect?

    In his recent iSCSI session at Storage Decisions 2003, consultant Sean Derrington discussed the future roles of both iSCSI and Fibre Channel as storage networking interconnects.

  • SD2003: SNIA - Providing answers

    Sheila Childs, chairperson of SNIA's board of directors, discussed storage customer issues and the role of industry groups and SNIA to bridge the gap between customers and vendors.

  • SD2003: Panel - Regulatory compliance

    There are over 15,000 regulations in the U.S. that govern the handling of data. Research analyst Peter Gerr shared this statistic while moderating a recent panel on compliance.

  • SD2003: DR for the new realities

    Damien Walch recently shared a widening chasm between what internal customers have come to expect from IT in the event of disaster and what IT is prepared to deliver.

  • SD2003: Rate the backup vendors panel

    Panelists rated backup vendor performance, sharing challenges they had with backups. (Vendors take heed, your customers aren't happy.)

  • SD2003: Storage management tools

    Stephen Foskett, a senior consultant at GlassHouse Technologies, presented an elaborate matrix of SRM tools and how they map to the various storage management processes identified.

  • Secure remote backups

    Considerations to secure your data.

  • SD2003: Rate the disk vendors

    Attendees to the Storage Decisions 'Rate the disk vendor' session heard some common refrains from panelists as they gathered to dissect the state of the disk vendor market.

  • SD2003: From regulation to desperation

    Vendors are making noise about regulatory compliance and data retention. While the topic may be surrounded by hype, however, the implications for the end user are all too real.

  • SD2003: 2004 purchasing survey

    Mark Schlack, editorial director of TechTarget's Storage Media Group, shared findings from Storage magazine's 2004 purchasing intentions survey.

  • SD2003: Future of the data center

    What does the future data center look like? Find out from six panelists who discussed the topic at Storage Decisions 2003.

  • SD03: Get the most from your storage

    In his keynote address at Storage Decisions 2003, Nick Allen, vice president and research director at Gartner, Inc., told attendees how to get more from their SANs.

  • SD03: Disk cost busters

    Ron Lovell, storage practice director at Greenwich Technology Partners, discussed how to leverage low-cost disk technologies at Storage Decisions 2003.

  • SD03: The pros and cons of CAS

    File location independence, authenticity of your files, and the elimination of redundancy are just a few of the benefits of content-addressed storage (CAS) as cited by Arun Taneja.

  • Security and management networks

    Security and management networks, a dynamic duo

  • SD03: Creating RFPs for Tape Libraries

    What are the key elements to developing effective requests for proposal for tape-related technologies? Dianne McAdam, senior analyst and partner of Data Mobility Group explains.

  • SD03: Rate the switch vendors

    At Storage Decisions 2003, one panel on rating the vendors became somewhat vocal. Panelists involved in "Rating the [Fibre Channel] switch vendors" were decidedly critical.

  • SD03: NAS and gateways

    Confused about NAS gateways and how they can fit into your environment? Expert Randy Kerns explains what a NAS gateway is and where it fits into the overall IT infrastructure.

  • SD03: Integrating disk into backup

    Tape has its challenges, but in his Storage Decisions session on disk versus tape in backup, Curtis Preston maintained that archiving your data to tape is still a great solution.

  • ISCSI, e-mail archiving impact DC

    Experts and analysts alike agree that iSCSI and e-mail archiving will have profound impacts on the data center. See how these two technologies may impact your only systems.