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Master data storage flow control with QoS
Introduction QoS (Quality of Service) is a term used in the field of packet-switched networks to refer to the probability…
NAS Data backup and disaster recovery strategies
How disaster recovery takes place for IT administrators Over the years, enterprise storage solution providers have developed and launched various…
Thick Provisioning vs. Thin Provisioning
Introduction Thick provisioning, thin provisioning – These terms have been around for a period of time, but what is the…
Data Protection During a Power Outage
Introduction to Cache Technology Data protection is an important requirement for any storage system. To achieve this, RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is a…
Using SED & ISE drives to protect your data
IT Faces the Problems of Retired Drives When disk drives are retired and moved outside from the data center into…

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