Storage

  • Sans Storage Arrays Are Self Contained Systems


    SAN storage arrays are self-contained disk systems, providing excellent data handling capabilities in an efficiently organized system. This technology is a marked step beyond the traditional method of managing data, which is maintaining a disk attached to each server on the network. In effect, a company can consolidate its disks into a single, logical setup. This is naturally much easier to manage, so network admins can backup data more easily and keep data from becoming fragmented, which is a common issue with individually managed disks.

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  • NAS Storage Arrays Are An Affordable Storage Solution

    NAS storage arrays are a popular option for businesses that need to add onto their data handling capabilities, and to do it without exploding an IT budget. These devices are dedicated entirely to maintaining one or more drives, each of them capable of holding hundreds of GBs of data. It is, compared to traditional servers, a rather simple device and can be managed even without the help of an IT expert. And because it is accessible through the company’s network, anyone with authentication can access the company’s data from anywhere, as long as they have a connection. It’s this extra accessibility, in addition to the impressive data handling, that makes these devices a top choice for businesses of any size.

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  • 3 Good Reasons To Use A HP NAS Server

    HP NAS server solutions are ideal for the ever changing storage needs of enterprise level and large businesses. NAS (network attached storage) combines optimized software and HP rack mount and blade servers to create the industry standard for network storage technologies. NAS utilizes a collection of connected hard drives via a network. These networked drives allow multiple computers on the network to share storage space at the same time. State of the art, high-end storage that will grow efficiently with unstructured data storage requirements. Unstructured data consists of large files such as video, graphics, sound, documents, email, and backups. Any combination of these can form vast volumes of collected data that needs high-speed access. Cost-effective file-server solutions are available that will serve a company’s needs today, and far into the future. Meeting the challenge of consolidating large amounts of data are Hewlett-Packard’s network attached storage solutions. They suit changing IT environments while reducing costs, simplifying file handling and resource utilization, as well as implementing data security.

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  • Storage Arrays

    Sun Storage ArrayThe more a business grows, the more data it produces and maintains, which means storage arrays will eventually become a necessity. At first, when there are only a few people working for the company, it's possible to tie everyone to a single, large hard drive and pull data from it. It's not the fastest solution, but it can work when there aren't many people involved. Before long, though, the business will need specialized hardware to handle data writing and protection. This should be considered an investment, however, because adding the hardware will boost productivity significantly, and ensure there is a safety net in place in case the worst happens.

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