hot TECHNOLOGIES in 2004

Radding, Alan
December 2003
Storage Magazine;Dec2003, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p40
Provides information on technologies that will lower the price of networked storage, giving small and medium enterprises (SME) a chance to try out advanced storage strategies. Storage area network (SAN)/network-attached storage (NAS) gateways that allow NAS/SAN integration; iSCSI that gives the foundation for Internet Protocol-based storage; SATA that enables organizations to capitalize on inexpensive disk capacity; Storage resource management (SRM) that introduces a new generation of storage management capabilities. INSET: Storage management standards.


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