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Building brands with the Web requires much more than a Facebook page and a thousand Tweets. Social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are useful tools - but also time-intensive and can involve the risk of uncontrolled messages. Savvy companies are learning to capitalize...
Nexsan, a leading storage system provider, is sponsoring an on-demand webinar that discusses findings of the Data Center Infrastructure Group (DCIG) 2010 Midrange Array Buyer’s Guide.
EnterpriseStorageForum editor, Leslie Wood, reports that storage virtualization helps alleviate server bottlenecks. See full story at http://www.reldata.com/company/press/ According to vendors that offer storage virtualization solutions, the technology alleviates virtual server bot...
Anyone wonder why storage virtualization is still growing relatively slowly while server virtualization platforms like VMware have gone on a tear? If so, a look at the licensing strategies that these two respective virtualization technologies have adopted provides some insight into why...
Managing billions of small files effectively requires a clear understanding of data flows and a system based on common Lego-like building blocks that provide services to application owners. This was the message at the September 29th, 2009 Peer Incite Research Meeting, where an indu...
Mandated by FISMA and OMB A-130, Certification and Accreditation (C&A) is the formal process of assessing the technical, operational and management controls for a given system, determining the residual risk, and authorizing the system to operate. “C&A Automation: An Integrated Approach...
Things have changed, and along the way something has happen to the meaning of value. Back in the day, value meant you got a lot for your money. More bang for the buck, so to speak. Value was never supposed to mean merely low price. Just because something is low-priced, doesn’t mean it’...