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  • Encryption appliances reviewed

    Lost tapes have been headline news lately, making encryption products hotter than ever. We review encryption products from Kasten Chase, NeoScale Systems and Vormetric to help you choose the best product for your shop.

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  • Disaster recovery site options

    Hot site, warm site or cold site? Here's how to figure out the best disaster recovery strategy for your company.

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  • Sitecore, Komfo join to create social marketing suite

    After buying a majority stake in Komfo, CEM platform provider Sitecore has launched Sitecore Social, a social media marketing suite that allows marketers to publish content on those channels; and other CRM news.

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  • Troubleshooting TLS certificates on Linux servers

    Got certificate problems causing your servers' connections to fail? Here's how to find out what's causing them harm and how to fix it.

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  • Big files create big backup issues

    Big files and millions of files clogging storage systems can create big backup headaches. While there's no quick fix to the problem of big backups, there are many effective approaches, including adjustments to your backup process and newer technologies from backup vendors.

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  • Best storage for virtual servers: Pros and cons of FC, iSCSI and NAS

    Virtual servers need a good shared data storage system. All major networked storage protocols work with virtual machines, but some are better than others in certain environments.

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  • Backup in a snap: A guide to snapshot technologies

    Snapshots are used to enhance backup systems and shorten RTOs and RPOs. But you need to know how snapshots can vary, and what those differences could mean to your environment.

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  • A step-by-step approach to data classification

    The most common shortcoming of a data classification project is the perception that it can be completed through technical analysis at the storage layer without engaging business users. While discovering and analyzing storage is part of the process, good classification requires engaging business...

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  • Are you paying too much for storage?

    With features, functions and capacity all moving downstream, you may be able to kick the overpriced storage habit.

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