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Storage Teams Grow in Popularity
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published January 9, 2006
The use of storage teams has grown dramatically in recent years, but some wonder if they're always necessary.
Searching for a New Storage Architecture
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published November 4, 2005
Growing complexity and soaring data demands make it inevitable that storage users will eventually have to try new approaches to manage it all.
Storage Change Leads to Big Headaches
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published September 23, 2005
Growing storage burdens and the emergence of new ways to handle them are creating a need for new management tools.
Predicting Storage Growth for 2004 and Beyond
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published May 5, 2004
Demand for storage continues to grow at an unprecedented rate, which is certainly good news for storage vendors, but what does it mean for the future of the industry? Leslie Wood explores several key areas that are predicted to shape the storage industry for 2004 and beyond.
Storage and Its Impact on Enterprise Viability
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published March 30, 2004
Storage not only plays a critical role in a company's IT strategy, it's also increasingly important to the survival of the overall business. Leslie Wood looks at why it's vital for IT departments to understand key storage issues, how to address them, and how these issues impact the entire enterprise.
True Integration � Fact or Fiction? Part 2
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published December 18, 2003
SANs are faster and more reliable than ever before, but the promises of true integration remain just that, mere promises. Has storage technology reached the point where true integration is even achievable?
True Integration � Fact or Fiction?
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published December 8, 2003
SANs are faster and more reliable than ever before, but the promises of true integration remain just that, mere promises. Has storage technology reached the point where true integration is even achievable?
True Integration � Fact or Fiction?
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published November 26, 2003
SANs are faster and more reliable than ever before, but the promises of true integration remain just that, mere promises. Has storage technology reached the point where true integration is even achievable?
The Hidden Costs of Unmanaged Storage, Part 2
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published July 24, 2003
An IT department that understands the hidden costs of unmanaged storage will most likely end up with a lower storage TCO. Explore the composition and drivers of storage costs and learn how your enterprise can avoid hidden storage costs in part two of our series.
Utility Computing Infiltrates the Enterprise Storage Sector
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published June 26, 2003
'Utility computing' seems to not only be one of the hottest buzzwords on the storage conference circuit, but also a concept that will force considerable change. Leslie Wood explores the topic and offers a glimpse of just how how pervasive the concept may become.
Can Storage Resource Management Solve Your Storage Needs?
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published April 17, 2003
Storage resource management (SRM) is called 'top-to-bottom integration,' able to monitor and report on storage. But when it comes to SRM, the storage industry seems to be way ahead of storage customers. How are we going to close this gap? Leslie Wood explains.
Tape Capacity Wars
By Leslie Wood |  Article Published March 31, 2003
The ongoing competition to create tape solutions capable of huge capacities isn't just for bragging rights, but with all the 'bragging' going on, the real question is how are tape drive manufacturers going to remain competitive and succeed in this evolving market?