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  • Open-Source Storage for Digital Media

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In this white paper, learn how you can leverage one digital media storage option to achieve storage elasticity, petabyte scalability, high performance, reliability, and more. See how this option can cut costs, reduce complexity, and provide the power you need to support today's storage demands.

  • Convincing Your Boss: Software-defined Storage is the Future

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In the following white paper, uncover the biggest benefits and selling points about software-defined storage you can use to convince upper management for buy-in.

  • All-Flash Arrays: Lower Storage TCO Through Consolidation

    Sponsored by: EMC

    This lab review tests the benefits of consolidating storage needs into a single all-flash array and demonstrates how doing so can improve an enterprise's storage TCO. Read on to discover how this flash technology can simplify your storage and reduce TCO, while providing your enterprise with advanced data services, workload consolidation, and more.

  • Making the Business Case for Moving to the Cloud

    Sponsored by: Carbonite

    This white paper acts as a comprehensive guide to cloud backup and data protection. Discover expert tips and best practices to help you build the strongest business case for moving to the cloud, and also learn more about cloud backup, its customizability and hybrid capabilities.

  • Backup and Data Protection for the SMB: What You Should Know

    Sponsored by: Datto, Inc.

    Access this e-book to learn the 6 important criteria that SMBs should consider when choosing a backup solution, including comprehensiveness, ease of use, recoverability, performance, and more. Learn how to choose the right backup for your enterprise so that you can benefit from a highly cost-efficient and reliable solution.

  • An Expert Guide to Data Archiving with the Hybrid Cloud

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    In this resource, you will discuss the newest technologies used for digital archiving, and discover how the Microsoft hybrid cloud solution (HCS) can be used to archive data to Windows Azure Storage. Access this resource chapter to utilize cloud replication services that provide DR protection.

  • Goodbye LUN Technology, You Served Us Well

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    In a virtual server world, the concept of LUN technology and the amount of attention LUNs require from storage admins is soon becoming a thing of the past. This e-guide details how the introduction of server virtualization impacted LUN technology and discover how the storage industry responded.

  • Grow your DRaaS business with Veeam

    Sponsored by: Veeam Software

    This webcast features 451 Research Analyst, Carl Brooks, and Veeam Cloud Architect, Dustin Albertson, as they discuss the future and reality of DRaaS. Watch now and you'll learn how DRaaS enables exciting new opportunities for service providers.

  • Unified Storage Management from Red Hat

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In the following video, learn about a unified storage management system that facilitates single-pane-of-glass management and user experience for better overall storage practices. View now and uncover how this system can also lower costs, complexity, and resource strain on storage administrators.

  • Hybrid Storage Arrays: Solution Overview

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    This white paper uncovers a hybrid storage array that automates time-consuming data protection and storage capacity scaling so that you can spend less time tending to your storage infrastructures. Read on to learn the benefits this array can provide for your storage.

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