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  1. InMage Systems Joins Sun Partner Advantage Program
    7/15/2008
    InMage Systems®, Inc. (www.inmage.net) announced today that it is a Principal Partner in the Sun(SM) Partner Advantage Program, for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs).
  2. RELDATA Secures VMware Infrastructure 3 Certification
    7/2/2008
    RELDATA, the leading provider of consolidated and unified storage solutions that deliver iSCSI SAN, NAS and WAN replication from a single virtualized storage platform, recently announced its iSCSI product offerings have been verified for VMware Infrastructure 3 and are listed on the Storage / SAN Compatibility Guide for VMware ESX 3.5.
  3. Vision Solutions® Delivers Groundbreaking Enhancements To ORION Solutions™ Customers
    6/25/2008
    Vision Solutions recently announced the release of ORION Solutions 6.0, a leading high availability and disaster recovery solution already serving numerous Global 5000 companies around the world.
  4. Vision Solutions’ iTERA HA Provides Powerful Protection For Puregold Price Club
    6/10/2008
    Vision Solutions, the leading high availability and disaster recovery solutions provider in IBM Power Systems markets recently announced one of the Philippines’ largest companies within the wholesale and retail industry, Puregold Price Club Inc., implemented iTERA HA
  5. Vision Solutions Announces New Global Information Availability Resources
    5/7/2008
    Vision Solutions, the leading high availability and disaster recovery solutions provider in IBM Power Systems markets recently announced a newly created blog providing systems management tips for IBM i (i5/OS and OS/400) operating environments.
  6. Regional Florida University Data Center Gives High Marks To SANRAD V-Switch
    2/21/2008
    Northwest Regional Data Center (NWRDC) need to construct a cost-effective disaster recovery solution that automatically and efficiently secures data in an off-site location to protect against system, power, or network failures. The proposal was a customized solution that leveraged unique intelligent network switch technology from SANRAD. Submitted by SANRAD
  7. Are You Doing All You Can To Build Network Security Revenue?
    2/4/2008
    In this article three vendor experts respond to questions recently posed to the readers of Business Solutions magazine — questions designed to challenge VARs. However, along with those questions, the experts offer advice for VARs, integrators, consultants, and others looking to capitalize on the growing network security market in 2008. Used with permission from Business Solutions magazine
  8. Server Virtualization: The Tip Of The Iceberg By Kim Tchang, SANRAD
    12/14/2007
    Like iPOD for the consumer market, server virtualization is one of the hottest technology trends to sweep the commercial market. Many enterprises are deploying or investigating server virtualization to save power, cooling and management costs, improve asset utilization, and increase flexibility. Submitted by SANRAD

  9. Data Storage Outlook: 2008 Summary Report
    12/4/2007
    Data Storage Outlook“ conducted in-depth, face-to-face interviews with senior IT decisionmakers such as Chief Information Officers and Vice Presidents of IT, across two waves of research. In the second wave (Wave 2), 129 interviews were completed. In the first wave (Wave 1), 49 interviews were completed. During these meetings the interviewees addressed a broad range of storage-related questions designed to gauge their current and projected storage requirements and to identify their storage challenges. Submitted by Corporate Technologies, Inc.
  10. Centralized Data Backup Won't Cripple Your WAN
    12/4/2007
    The need to be close to customers, manufacturing facilities and specialized labor have required organizations to extend the traditional concept of "headquarters" to offices and factories hundreds or even thousands of miles away. However, along with the opportunities that come with workforce globalization, come the realities of dealing with data that sprawls across the organization. Whether the data is at the Munich branch or at HQ in New York, it is equally susceptible to loss, requiring that data recovery and security plans apply to all parts of the organization, regardless of location. Submitted by Riverbed Technologies
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