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Where NAS makes sense

Find out how you should be playing the NAS market by joining Evaluator Group partner, and expert Randy Kerns for a look at "Where NAS makes sense".

Join and network-attachted storage (NAS) expert Randy Kerns for a webcast on "Where NAS makes sense". This webcast will shed light on the benefits of NAS and how you should think about deploying it in your organization.

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More about "Where NAS makes sense:"

While storage area networks (SANs) may be grabbing all of the headlines, NAS should not be considered a "fine print" option. During this webcast, NAS expert and Evaluator Group Partner Randy Kerns looks at the current state of NAS and where its headed. Randy will offer advice on how storage manager should think about how NAS fits into their framework, the most efficent ways to deploy NAS and how SAN/NAS intergration is shaping up.

What you'll walk away with:
** Randy Kerns's expert advice on where NAS fits into the storage environment
** A look at the new technologies that will impact NAS, such as: NAS gateways, iSCSI
** Why the Windows-powered NAS market is gaining momentum
** The ability to ask Randy your specific NAS questions

Please join Randy Kerns for this webcast right now.

About Randy Kerns:

Randy Kerns is a partner at The Evaluator Group and is responsible for storage area network (SAN) and network-attached storage (NAS) analysis and education as well as company and product strategies. He has over twenty-eight years storage product development, including work for IBM, Fujitsu, Vice President of Engineering at the Array Technology subsidiary of Tandem Computers, and Director of Engineering for Enterprise Disk at Storage Technology Corporation. He's also the resident NAS expert on

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