White Papers

  1. A Modular Approach To Storage Resource Management
    2/16/2006
    White Paper: A Modular Approach To Storage Resource Management
  2. ILM And Its Relationship To Tiered Storage
    2/16/2006
    Regulations such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and HIPAA are forcing many organizations, large and small, to retain information at a much faster rate and in vastly greater amounts for much longer than ever before. To address the management issues of implementing such a strategy, a systematic methodology called information lifecycle management (ILM) has been developed out of several commonly accepted practices. Submitted by Xiotech
  3. ILM And Its Relationship To Tiered Storage
    2/16/2006
    White Paper: ILM And Its Relationship To Tiered Storage
  4. Avoiding Big Risks For Midsize Businesses
    2/16/2006
    Disaster recovery (DR) is vital. At the very worst, its absence can shut a business down. At the very least, companies increasingly need it to comply with government regulations in terms of data accountability and security. These mandatory impositions are particularly onerous for the midsized business — the company with perhaps as few as 300 employees and certainly no more than 1,000. Submitted by Xiotech
  5. Achieving High Availability With Campus SANs
    2/13/2006
    SANs have evolved to become the preferred solution for achieving critical data-storage needs in both large enterprises and small to midsize businesses. An emerging trend for SAN deployment is called the campus SAN. Recent events regarding data protection have raised the value of campus SANs considerably. This paper will discuss how the LeftHand SAN and its SAN/iQ software provide ultra-high availability capabilities for campus SAN storage topologies. Submitted by LeftHand Networks
  6. Achieving High Availability With Campus SANs
    2/13/2006
    White Paper: Achieving High Availability With Campus SANs
  7. An Overview Of The Auto-Stor Information Lifecycle Management Solution
    2/13/2006
    White Paper: An Overview Of The Auto-Stor Information Lifecycle Management Solution
  8. An Overview Of The Auto-Stor Information Lifecycle Management Solution
    2/13/2006
    With today's explosive growth in the volume of ATA (IDC estimates data growth at 79% per year), there is an increasing challenge of matching the right data to ths most appropriate storage resource over its lifecycle. Meeting compliance and retention requirements is especially complex when trying to balance storage utilization across different tiers of storage. Submitted by AuraGen Technologies
  9. The Advantage Of Linux-Based NAS Over Windows-Based NAS
    2/7/2006
    Within every NAS file server is an embedded operating system (OS) that provides the plug-and-play network connectivity that is the hallmark of a NAS solution. While Microsoft Windows dominates the server and desktop market for small and midsize organizations, the use of a Linux-based NAS filer offers some very distinct advantages over the Microsoft Storage Server OS. Submitted by Vista Storage
  10. The Advantage Of Linux-Based NAS Over Windows-Based NAS
    2/7/2006
    White Paper: The Advantage Of Linux-Based NAS Over Windows-Based NAS