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  • Product snapshots: Midrange storage array products

    The key for many smaller organizations is to meet their storage needs without adding personnel or increasing the workload on IT professionals that are already overworked. Scalability and data protection are certainly important, and data migration ...  Continue Reading

  • Midrange storage array buying guide

    Midrange disk arrays cover a lot of ground in today's storage organizations. For example, a midrange disk array can start with about 10 terabytes (TB) using 20 drives -- all the way up to 500 disk systems offering 250 TB or more. But midsized ...  Continue Reading

  • High-end storage array specifications

    High-end disk arrays are absolutely essential for organizations that depend on high performance and huge storage capacity. Such complex platforms often demand careful attention and management, but will also include a suite of powerful features, such...  Continue Reading

  • High-end storage array purchase considerations

    Depending on the disk types and capacities used, high-end arrays may start around 500 disks with 100 TB of capacity, and spiral upwards to 2,400 disk behemouths with over 1,000 TB (1 PB) of space. However, capacity and disk count are not the only ...  Continue Reading

  • Test your knowledge of data storage management strategies

    Are you on top when it comes to data management? Take our final exam and evaluate your knowledge of data management strategies. This test isn't for the weak, so you might want to do a bit of studying first by checking out our new Data Management ...  Continue Reading

  • WAN/WAFS platform specifications

    WAFS products support the efficient exchange of data between remote locations over a WAN, allowing remote offices to access data from a data center as if it were local. WAFS can typically support a wide range of applications across virtually any WAN...  Continue Reading

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