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Archive for August, 2006

Data Recovery Tips

If you have ever faced the loss of data, you will know what it is like to have anxiety over severe trouble with your server, hard disk or RAID health. This is however, a time for some caution in terms of time and money.

Get a Grip on Those Gripes August 2006 by Greg Shields

Ever get just flat out pissed off about something in IT? I sure do. Often, the problem is that there is little we can do to fundamentally change what is bugging us. Or is there?

SAN’s Simplified

SANs are not the simplest technology. For all their power, knowing the finer points of fabrics can spook even the best IT manager. That’s just one of the reasons that iSCSI is in the ascendant. By running SCSI commands over TCP/IP, including Ethernet, it puts IP storage and block-based SANs in reach of companies that don’t have the specialists to install Fibre Channel. The specialists, and the budget.

Storage Guru Predicts Major Changes In Technology

One of the newest technologies, RAID 6, will definitely help from a business continuity perspective, an independent consultant said at a recent conference. But it has the side effect of increasing the number of reads and writes for a drive by 50%, which adds to the wear over time.

All About Data Recovery

At some point in time, everyone who owns a computer will experience the trials and tribulations of hard drive failure. The reasons behind it vary, and could include everything from a human error to damages resulting from flood or water. Viruses can play a role as well, along with many other factors.