Storage refers to computer components, devices and recording media that retain data for some interval of time. Storage provides one of the core functions of the modern computer, that of information retention. Topics include Storage Area Networks, NAS, and Virtualization.
"It takes companies an average 18.5 hours to recover from an event with 4.8 hours of lost data." (Forrester/DRJ 2010 survey). How do your customer stack up? Watch the recorded webcast where Forrester Research senior analyst Rachel Dines has a provocative conversation with Veeam strategist Doug Hazelman on the future of disaster recovery, how virtualization can help - or hinder - your customer's DR efforts and 5 simple ways to begin the move to Business Technology Resiliency.
A lot of your customers will tell you: "VM backup is a pain" - but it doesn't have to be...Veeam Backup & Replication provides unified VMware and Hyper-V backup and replication that: is simple to use, provides great features at a great price and it just works!
In 2012, the storage industry will see big shifts as capacity growth starts to decelerate and more data gets moved to the cloud where it can not only be stored but also analyzed in new ways to gain business insights.
Check out the latest Storage eZine from CRN to identify new opportunities in the storage market and to get suggestions on what to do when clients start asking difficult questions.
SANUPS A11H Video will clearly demonstrate the differences of our SANUPS A11H product versus competition. See how our true on-line double conversion can provide you with the cleanest power available today. The many features and benefits of the product will be shown so you can make an intelligent choice when it comes to power quality and reliability. Your questions will be answered and the conclusion will be clear after viewing this video.
Sanyo Denki describes the development process for the A11H SANUPS Series in this technical report. As information communication technology (IT) has expanded globally, various IT systems have been introduced. Two extremely important factors when considering use of a system are reliability and stable operation or maintenance for devices that are connected to servers, routers, and other network systems. This reliability is also required in the power source that supplies power to the device. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are a large part in this reliability and Sanyo Denki has been able to address the stability, reliability and power quality with the development of this true on-line double conversion system.
View a short presentation on the technical advantages and benefits of the SANUPS A11H. Understand why SANUPS A11H is considered "best in class product", as well as market applications, competitive advantages, software support and optional cards.
Sanyo Denki has partnered with Synnex to be your primary distribution source for SANUPS products providing very competitive pricing and quick turn around with stock. This brief flyer will provide a glance of the key features of why promoting Sanyo Denki SANUPS will benefit you and your customers. With the industry's widest input voltage range and widest control frequency window, along with a full three year warranty including batteries, you will find that this product provides the most consistent power quality solution available.
White Paper Published By: Doyenz
Published Date: Jul 14, 2011
The July 2011 publication of the IDC Vendor Spotlight paper, "Recovery in the Cloud", sponsored by Doyenz, focuses on trends and technologies in advanced storage services. Specifically, the report notes that the ability to restart applications on alternate resources and the ability to access production data are critical to restarting business services. Download the report to learn more about both market trends impacting business continuity and cloud services as well as the benefits of advanced storage services.
The amount of data being stored is more than doubling every two years. IT departments eager to shrink data center footprints and consolidate servers and storage are preparing for a new generation of data servers. But while virtualized and cloud storage environments are expecting dramatic future growth, we have yet to widespread adoption across the board. Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), a low cost alternative for expanding legacy SANs with minimum investment, lets customers combine Ethernet data and fibre channel data traffic into a single high-speed network. While only 9 percent of users surveyed by have already adopted FCoE , that number is expected to grow to 26 percent in the next two years. And while cloud storage is expected to skyrocket over the next decade, security concerns and application compatibility are still an issue. This Storage CRN eZine, a part of our Thought Leadership Series, will discuss the state of the virtualized storage market, the current challenges facing integrators and vendors, and the steps necessary to take to meet an expected deluge of Big Data that will need to be stored and managed down the road.