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  • Hospital admin talks shop

    Hal Weiss of Baptist Memorial Healthcare talks to SearchStorage.com about data growth, maintaining patient confidentiality and learning to forecast storage needs the hard way. 

  • Email storage outsourcing gets mixed reaction

    Some users think it might be cumbersome to have a separate vendor manage just one part of their environment, while others jump at the idea of off-loading email management. 

  • Virtualization user bounces back from failure

    After its first virtualization project failed, a Midwestern manufacturing firm found the benefits of the technology compelling enough to search for another vendor and try again. 

  • A CIO Conversation: Virgin Entertainment's Robert Fort

    Robert Fort, director of IT at Virgin Entertainment Group Inc., discusses his IT leadership philosophy, background and more. 

  • Iron Mountain sticks with NetApp NAS, wanted Sun

    Business decision makers recently vetoed the storage team at Iron Mountain and chose IBM-branded NetApp filers. 

  • Foxwoods casino bets on virtualization

    The world's largest casino bet the house on virtualization and Sepaton when it came time to upgrade its data management system. 

  • EMC's Insignia -- More than a pretty package?

    In the competition for attention from SMB pros, EMC turns up the heat with its new Insignia product line. 

  • Ways to cut SEC compliance costs

    The SEC requires public companies to store certain data, including some e-mail, on non-erasable and non-rewritable media. There are less expensive options than WORM drives. 

  • Buying from resellers has its rewards

    Buying storage gear from the channel needn't be as dicey as you might imagine as long as you know what to look out for. Aaron D. Sawchuk, co-founder and chief technology officer of managed services provider ColoSpace Inc., in Rockland, Mass., talked ... 

  • UMich says IP SAN not just about cost

    The University of Michigan originally based its decision to implement an IP SAN on cost alone -- but was pleasantly surprised by the management features it got with Intransa.