• If you’re an SMB, are you ready to move off Windows XP yet?

    Gabe Knuth1,090 pointsBadges:
  • IT budget cuts? Take a lesson from thrifty SMBs

    Small IT shops adopt some of the same trends as large enterprises, but with much caution and attention to priorities. And mistakes are felt acutely.

    Meredith Courtemanche1,030 pointsBadges:
  • SMB definition: How various vendors compare

    Everyone defines SMB differently. Some do it by employee count, others by revenue. Check out this list of vendor and analyst firm definitions to see where your business falls.

    ITKE345,065 pointsBadges:
  • Synology America updates DiskStation, RackStation product lines

    Synology America introduces SMB-focused updates to DiskStation Manager, RackStation product lines to offer higher performance and better scalability.

    ehannan150 pointsBadges:
  • EMC offers SMB and home office NAS appliance

    EMC's first product to come from its Iomega acquisition is a network storage appliance for SMBs and home offices that run EMC's LifeLine software.

    Todderickson900 pointsBadges:
  • NetApp discontinues SMB storage line

    The announcement on NetApp's website last weekend that S-family boxes are to be replaced with new FAS2020 bundles is making many customers unhappy.

    Beth Pariseau7,195 pointsBadges:
  • What you need to know about SMB SANs

    Marc Staimer discusses what to look for in an SMB SANs this Q&A and recent developments in SMB SAN technology.

    searchStorage9,155 pointsBadges:
  • What type of server would have the capacity to service an SMB office of 50 people, and how would I b

    Greg Schulz explains what type of server suits a small office of 50 people, and what steps to take to back up that server in this ATE response.

    ITKE345,065 pointsBadges:
  • Thunderbolt storage devices not seen as an SMB staple

    It's unlikely that Intel’s Thunderbolt storage systems will see widespread SMB adoption; Promise has a Thunderbolt system but few others have committed.

    John Hilliard505 pointsBadges:
  • SMB protocol prerequisites in Windows Server 2012 R2

    Basic SMB doesn't require much more than a compatible OS. Advanced features in SMB 3.0 like Multichannel or Direct have a few more requirements.

    SteveBige012,965 pointsBadges:

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