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Marty Foltyn

Marty is the president of BitSprings Systems and is the author a variety of articles in end user and computer trade journals. She has been a frequent speaker at industry events, including the SAN Conference, the FCTC conference, PC Expo, Networld+Interop, and the International Help Desk Conference. She serves on the SAN Conference advisory board and the Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA) marketing committee, and is a member of SNIA and of Women in Technology International (WITI).

Before coming to BitSprings, Marty served as vice president and key executive for an Internet startup formed to educate consumers and the channel on computer network storage. Previously, she spent 5 years in corporate marketing for storage manufacturers Overland Data and Conner Peripherals, where she initiated and directed worldwide strategic marketing and product management activities, holding corporate P&L and gross margin responsibilities.

Marty began her marketing career at Computer Associates, where she managed marketing activities of network and office management software product lines sold direct and to the distributor/reseller channel.

Current Articles:

» SNIA Aims to Make Storage Education Easier
Education has long been a focus of the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), but a new SNIA Education Continuum hopes to make education and certification broader and easier. (4/14/04)

» ILM: Promise or Reality in Today's Enterprises?
Information Lifecycle Management may be the storage buzzphrase of the year, but is it more of a promise or a reality at this point? ESF takes a look at how ILM works and reveals how it's being used in today's enterprises to aid in compliance, management, and ease of use. (4/14/04)

» New Enterprise Storage Developments and Challenges, Part 2
    An Interview with Tom Coughlin of the Storage Visions Conference

Forward-thinking enterprises should keep an eye on the entertainment and digital content consumer industries to scope out important storage trends and to get a leg up on their competition. Our two-part interview with Tom Coughlin concludes with a look at some of the digital content storage developments on the horizon and their implications for enterprise storage environments. (3/8/04)

» New Enterprise Storage Developments and Challenges, Part 1
    An Interview with Tom Coughlin of the Storage Visions Conference

Forward-thinking enterprises should keep an eye on the entertainment and digital content consumer industries to scope out important storage trends and to get a leg up on their competition. Our two-part interview with Tom Coughlin covers some of the digital content storage developments on the horizon and their implications for enterprise storage environments. (2/24/04)

» Security: The Elephant in the Storage Management Room
Storage security — it's the two-ton elephant in the corner of the room that no one wants to mention, much less clean up after. But acknowledging the elephant's presence, and thereby taking the necessary steps to secure your enterprise's critical data, is imperative if your business is to survive, let alone thrive. (8/27/03)

» What's the Big Deal about Spam?
If you're in IT, then you know about spam and you know you've got problems, but what can you do that will actually cut down the proliferation of spam? Marty Foltyn offers some tips and suggestions that will filter out unwanted spam and thereby free up much needed storage space. (6/30/03)

» Keeping It Simple: Building a Storage Network
    An Interview with Bill Peldzus of GlassHouse Technologies

As with all large projects, building a storage network is easier to do if you divide the process into smaller steps. But when you're just getting started, it's hard to know exactly what those steps should be. Marty Foltyn recently discussed with data storage network expert Bill Peldzus where to start and how best to proceed when constructing a storage network. (6/2/03)

» Case Study: Fair Isaac Steps Up to a Tape SAN
Marty Foltyn details the project plan and process Fair Isaac Corporation recently employed in successfully implementing a tape SAN for backups. (5/5/03)


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