Directory services: it's the softer side that sells

Doering, David
June 1999
EMedia Professional;Jun99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p75
Academic Journal
Focuses on various hardware vendors offering network-attached storage (NAS) concepts. Benefits of Novell's Novell Directory Services (NDS); Why it would be better to incorporate all storage devices into the NDS security schema; Implications of 3Com's departure from the fledgling industry.


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