Free eBook Provides In-Depth Look at NAS Technology

Tricord Systems, Inc., developer of Illumina(TM) clustering software and Lunar Flare(TM) clustered server appliances, and Realtimepublishers.com, the worldwide leader in corporate-sponsored e-publishing, today announced The Definitive Guide(TM) to High-Availability NAS, an eBook that will be hosted on the Tricord Web site.

Authored by industry expert, John Vacca, and published by Realtimepublishers, the eBook will discuss network-attached storage and the high-availability options available today.

“NAS has become a critical part of most enterprise IT environments and information about how best to plan for and manage storage is in high demand,” said Sean Daily, CEO of Realtimepublishers. “By sponsoring this eBook about NAS, Tricord is proving that it is dedicated to providing its audience with timely guidance that goes beyond what can be found in manuals and white papers.”

“We are excited to be the exclusive online host of this valuable resource,” said Bob Wilson, VP of Sales and Marketing at Tricord. “Corporate IT departments worldwide are struggling with storage options. This eBook will serve as an administrator’s key resource for reviewing NAS options and developing a NAS strategy.”

The Definitive Guide(TM) to High-Availability NAS will be published on a chapter-by-chapter basis, as it is written. Chapters are available for free download at http://www.tricord.com/ebook.

Registered readers will receive email notifications as each installment of the eBook is available for download, and it is currently anticipated that one chapter will be made available every month.

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