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  • Disaster recovery: Ad hoc and expensive

    Users at Gartner's storage show in Orlando admit that their disaster recovery plans are unrehearsed and too expensive. 

  • Museum of Modern Art shuns SAN

    New York's Museum of Modern Art claims it saved $50,000 a year on maintenance costs alone by ditching its SAN for DAS and NAS islands. 

  • End users play big role in data classification

    Without a proper data classification scheme, ILM is putting the cart before the horse, and some shops are pushing the job of classifying files down to users. 

  • Data delight: A 'set and forget' solution for classifying data?

    Following a time-honored principle in computer science, a storage startup has put intelligence into the physical device and introduced what one analyst says could be a game-changing event in how you manage data. 

  • Clustered storage wins mainstream fans

    Isilon wins California's county of San Bernardino as a customer, a change of pace from its early adopters. Analysts say it's the first sign of clustered NAS entering the mainstream. 

  • Server power management tools highlighted in x86 rollouts from HP, IBM

    HP and IBM plan to start shipping out new x86 servers next month with updated processors, storage capabilities and power management tools. 

  • Email archiving: Should storage pros keep everything?

    From conniving lawyers to dodgy tape practices, here are some of the juicy tidbits we heard on the show floor and during sessions at Storage Decisions. 

  • Email archiving: What's right for your enterprise?

    There is a growing need to archive email data, and today there are several ways to do it. Stop to consider what would work best for your enterprise. 

  • Thin provisioning: Blessing or curse?

    Users experience mixed results using a new feature called thin provisioning, a quick way to add storage capacity to an application. 

  • Taking the tears out of tiered storage

    In an environment where the increase in data shipped for storage far outpaces the decreases in storage costs, tiered storage looks like a no-brainer. Making it happen is turning out to be a brainteaser even for the smartest IT shops.