Monthly Archives: October 2009

Multiple Connected Sessions for Windows 2008

Are you using Windows Server 2008’s iSCSI initiator? Do you know what connection policy you have? If you said “no” to the last question, you may need to check out this TechRepublic article which explains the multiple connected sessions (MCS) … Continue reading

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DNF Security adds seasoned VP to lead team

DNF Corp introduces a new member to its management team, Mr. Hamid Marshall. Hamid brings over 17 years of management experience in the security field, with a proven track record. He comes to DNF Security from Cyberwatch Security Communication, Inc. … Continue reading

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Sidekick Failure: Another case for SAN Backups

Here is yet another example of what can happen if you neglect to backup your data. For all you T-Mobile users out there, you probably know that the Sidekick stores all of your critical data in a network datastore and … Continue reading

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RAIDML: Multi-Level Data Protection

What does “No Single Point of Failure” (NSPOF) really mean? If you read it at face value, you may conclude that it is the highest level of data protection.  There are several ways to achieve NSPOF on your volumes: mirroring … Continue reading

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