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Thursday, March 8, 2012

EMC VNXe 3100: Sweet entry-level NAS and SAN

How to choose the right NAS system for your business | Learning from the cloud's failings

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EMC VNXe 3100: Sweet entry-level NAS and SAN
Through virtualization, EMC found an innovative way to deliver enterprise-class functionality and performance in an small-business-sized package and at a small-business price. Read More


RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

How to choose the right NAS system for your business
What should SMBs be on the lookout for when shopping for a NAS? We've put together a list of the most desirable features below, grouped into several broad categories. Read More

Learning from the cloud's failings
This past week saw another high-profile cloud infrastructure failure as Microsoft's Azure Compute service experienced an extended service outage. As in previous cases, such as last April's Amazon EC2 outage, this event caused another round of hand-wringing about the future of the cloud and the wisdom of using it. Read More

QNAP NAS server makes the business grade
I've seen a number of QNAP NAS arrays over the years, and the TS-EC1279U-RP is the best of the bunch so far. Previous iterations were solid performers for the price, but they lacked features that would bring them to the next level. This has been sorted out with the QNAP TS-EC1279U-RP. Read More

E-discovery in the cloud? Not so easy
Your company is embroiled in a lawsuit, and your general counsel has come to IT for help in conducting e-discovery on a batch of data. You easily gather some of the information from storage in your data center, but some of it is sitting in the cloud. Easy enough, you think, to get that data as well. You may be in for a rude awakening. Read More



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