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Technology evolution eases impact of changing storage requirements in Universities

Storage requirements in Universities and Higher Education institutions are changing as they are adopting virtualization, cloud and ITaaS platforms. This is due to the fact that the IT class in these environments is moving from application-centric computing to more efficient … Continue reading

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How IP Surveillance Growth impacts the Security Industry?

DNF Security offers a video presentation which throws some light on IP surveillance growth impacts on security Industry. The video discusses about the benefits of using IP surveillance cameras, learning to build a resilient video surveillance & storage solution high-availability … Continue reading

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Why Redundancy and Backup are not the same?

Many people are in an opinion that, since, they own a redundant storage solution such as a NAS or an IP SAN; they can ignore the presence of backup in their data storage environment. A number of them even think … 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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