Top five tips for cooler data storage management

SearchCIO-Midmarket.com Staff

It's summer -- a season for barbeques, beaches and the occasional brownout. When temperatures soar in July and August, organizations crank up the air in the data center. But overuse of these power-draining devices often leads to a loss of power. Unless you have a backup plan, you risk frying your computer systems and stifling your organization's productivity.

These five articles from SearchCIO-Midmarket.com provide insight and solutions for data storage management. By addressing how midmarket organizations save time, money and energy through virtualization and offering basic tips on reducing your risks during downtime, these articles provide information and advice so you can keep your data and not lose your cool.

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This was first published in July 2008

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