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  • Compliance report: Life sciences

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • ESG compliance report: Conclusion

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • Baseline SAN performance before tuning

    Why and how to baseline your SAN before running performance tests.

  • Compliance report: Healthcare industry

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • ESG compliance report: Highlights

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • Compliance report: Financial services

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • ESG compliance report: Main themes

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • ESG compliance report: Introduction

    Analysts at the Milford, Mass.-based Enterprise Storage Group discuss the importance of the latest records retention/compliance legislation and its impact on the storage industry.

  • The new federal security rules

    All aboard the new federal security rules' super train, part 1

  • Tips for the everyday admin -- #1

    Bits & Bytes: When it comes to establishing a highly available storage system, the most important piece of advice from Evan Marcus is to keep it simple.

  • University learns SAN lesson

    Case Western Reserve University had a highly distributed environment that wasn't passing the storage grade. In order to free admins and maximize resources, CWRU graduated to a SAN.

  • The new federal security rules

    Pick up a ticket and ride the new federal security rules' super train. Expert Jack Scott explains the ins and outs of the new regulations.

  • Use snapshot for open files

    How to work around files that are open when you backup.

  • Where emerging technologies fit

    Bits & Bytes: Find out why emerging connectivity technologies may hold the key to the implementation of next generation storage.

  • SATA drives take aim at SCSI

    Serial ATA drives are threatening the very being of SCSI drives. Two companies are at the forefront of developing these enterprise class drives. Check in with them here.

  • A beginners guide to iSCSI

    SearchStorage.com contributor Simon Gordon answers FAQs about iSCSI.

  • Completing a preliminary risk analysis

    Bits & Bytes: In phase one of the DR planning process, you'll learn to use common sense as you tackle the tasks of project initiation and preliminary risk analysis.

  • Guide to database storage discussions

    We've culled some of the more interesting posts from our discussion forums on the topics of databases and their underlying storage. Check them out.

  • How much storage management is enough?

    This tip discusses rules of thumb for FC-AL management.

  • How much downtime is too much?

    This column offers more on the components of the availability index. Evan Marcus describes the trade-off between cost of downtime and cost of uptime.