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Drew Robb - Article Archives - Page 25

Securing Your Storage Assets

August 5, 2004
Before spending a fortune on a second data center, consider environmental monitoring.
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Getting Back in Charge of Storage Purchasing

July 29, 2004
Navigate the storage purchasing maze while staying in control, keeping your cool and getting exactly what your company needs.
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Is Storage Missing the Mid-Market?

July 23, 2004
Storage vendors focused on the enterprise and small business markets could be overlooking the critical midrange, according to one analysis.
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Storage Networking Group Gains Momentum

July 9, 2004
'For the user, by the user' association sees its message gaining acceptance and its ranks swell to 1,600 members.
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Deliver Us from Evals: Evaluating Storage Software

May 28, 2004
Steps your enterprise can take in cost-effectively deploying the perfect storage management environment — minus the grief.
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Case Study: Improving Disaster Recovery Without Breaking the Bank

May 10, 2004
FleetBoston Financial recently took on its disaster recovery time. Drew Robb reveals how they improved their system without breaking the bank.
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Trust, Mistrust, and Consumer Information

May 3, 2004
Legislation on data retention adds to the storage management burden; nonetheless, strict adherence to the law can have its benefits. Drew Robb covers the current spectrum of regulations impacting storage professionals as well as the challenges and opportunities these laws present.
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4-Gig Fibre Channel Adoption: What to Expect

April 29, 2004
As IT departments mull the jump to 4 Gbps Fibre Channel, the storage sector shows no signs of slowing on the tech front. Drew Robb weighs the factors in this and future upgrades.
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External Disk Storage System Marketplace Trends

April 21, 2004
Storage services spending in 2003 outpaces that of disk systems as SATA and FC conspire to change the networked storage landscape.
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Case Study: Maximizing Storage Value with IP SANs

April 19, 2004
Faced with a crumbling IT infrastructure and slashed budgets, one wired municipality turned to IP SANs to keep critical systems up and running.
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SMI-S Coming of Age

April 13, 2004
The storage management spec gains broad vendor support at the ever-growing Storage Networking World Conference.
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Vendor Backlash Fuels Storage Group's Growth

March 17, 2004
Tired of vendor hype? The recently launched Association of Storage Networking Professionals has a simple message resonating well among its potential constituents.
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Who Should Adopt Networked Storage?

March 10, 2004
Storage consolidation and server consolidation sound great in theory. Reduce the number of servers, cut down on management complexity, and improve return on investment. But does this work out in reality?
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Storage Security: Getting Beyond M&M SANs

February 25, 2004
Like the candy-coated treats, SANs are an irresistible lure to criminals that can't wait to get to the soft, sweet center.
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Case Study: Linux Can, Linux SAN

February 18, 2004
Does Linux have what it takes to succeed as a storage networking platform? In the eyes of NuTec Energy, yes it does.
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The Data Center of the Future

February 5, 2004
Today's data centers are a major expense and require a great deal of nursing to run. Tomorrow, with a little help from commodity hardware, Linux, and open standards, these issues should become relics of the past.
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User Power Gathers Steam in Storage Industry

January 26, 2004
ASNP, a fledgling group of IT professionals, quickly passes the 1,000 membership milestone in its mission to carve out a place for frank and open discourse in the data storage sector.
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Case Study: The Stocks Must Go On

January 15, 2004
Despite blackouts, disasters, and human error, financial systems must keep running. NYFIX met this challenge by migrating to enterprise-class backup systems.
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Hiding the Storage Plumbing

January 2, 2004
Ease of use is trickling down to every aspect of enterprise computing, even storage. Drew Robb takes a look at how today's innovations are paving the way for tomorrow's 'plug and play' SANs.
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