With some best practices in place, organizations can harness their data for greater business benefit
Copying valuable data and housing them remotely for emergencies is easy. But is it secure? Prudent enterprises will develop policies to ensure that data remains safe in storage and is readily accessible in need.
Integrating the latest release of Microsoft® Exchange with IP-based telephony, opens up a new world of integrated messaging. The potential of a unified mailbox can only be deployed by using expert skills.
In this tip, Rick Cook will discuss what you need to know when you're on the market for a backup tape library including costs and which formats best fits your storage needs.
Data warehousing continues to provide the essential cornerstone for enterprise decision-making. However, as intelligence needs become more sophisticated, competitive markets require faster answers to business questions.
In this tip, George Crump discusses the benefits of I/O virtualization and walks you through some products that are available today.
There is more to it than making one decision when upgrading to 8 Gbps Fibre Channel for your storage-area network (SAN). In this tip, Eric Slack discusses what else you need to consider.
With more and more 6 Gbps SAS-2 devices challenging the prices of Fibre Channel options in the market, is it a viable storage alternative?
File virtualization can ease the quick data growth in NAS systems. Shared-path and split-path are two kinds of file virtualization. Find out which best suits your needs.
Clustered NAS can greatly help in the process of managing quick data growth. Learn the pros and cons of using clustered NAS systems and which vendors have them available.