Storage magazine Online December 2011 -- Six Hot Storage Technologies for 2012
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Mobile backup: There’s an app for that
Users may be carrying a significant amount of their company’s intellectual property on their smartphones, tablets and other ultraportable devices -- and that data needs to be protected.
Quality Awards: Big and small Quantum tape libraries lead the field
After finishing well but never winning in past Quality Awards surveys, Quantum tape libraries romped through both the enterprise and midrange categories this time around.
Hot storage technologies for 2012
These six cutting-edge storage technologies are ready for prime time, and can help transform your data center.
4 Gig FC, 1 Gig Ethernet dominate storage networking
In our latest Snapshot survey, a majority of respondents use networked storage. But the number of firms already using 10 Gbps Ethernet and 8 Gbps Fibre Channel may be surprising.
Replication technology for day-to-day recovery
It’s not just for disaster recovery anymore: Replication technology is finding a place in the more common, but just as crucial, recovery of systems and data in ordinary operations.
Determining the real cost of storage
Vendors tout dollars per gigabyte per I/O, but figuring out what a data storage system will really cost your company is a much more complicated process.
Data storage technologies keep getting better, but storage vendors may just be up to their old tricks.
“Big data” conspiracy theories abound
Could the latest and greatest buzzword in the storage biz be killing off some of the most useful storage technologies around?
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