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  • 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. 

  • Users warn of ILM backlash

    Integration issues, higher operational costs and the risk of having to run everything on lower cost boxes is prompting criticism of ILM among some users. 

  • One size doesn't fit all e-mail archive policies and products

    The rules for e-mail archiving vary from one organization to the next. IT should start the ball rolling before it gets the legal department involved in rules for message archiving. 

  • Katrina data management snafus compound chaos

    A lack of planning and IT skills leaves the Red Cross scrambling to organize data into a system for refugees to search for missing loved ones. 

  • DR plans hindered by poor communication

    Users at Storage Decisions discussed their strategies for coordinating an effective DR plan with their business managers. 

  • redact

    To redact is to edit, or prepare for publishing. 

  • net metering

    Net metering is a utility resource usage and payment scheme in which a customer who generates their own power is compensated monetarily. 

  • entrepreneur

    Entrepreneur, translated from its French roots, means "one who undertakes. 

  • Safe Harbor

    Safe Harbor is the name of a policy agreement established between the United States Department of Commerce and the European Union (E.U.) in November 2000 to regulate the way that U.S. companies export and handle the personal data (such as names and a... 

  • metered services (pay-per-use)

    Metered services (also called pay-per-use) is any type of payment structure in which a customer has access to potentially unlimited resources but only pays for what they actually use.