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June 9, 2008 | Vol 3 Issue 10


In This Issue:

>>  Moving from High Availability to Enterprise-wide Operational Resiliency

>>  Virtualization and Blades: A Match Made in Heaven

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Feature Article - Application Software
Moving from High Availability to Enterprise-wide Operational Resiliency
Having the right technologies in place after a disaster can save your data, but is that enough to save your business?

chris_smith.jpgBy Chris Smith

If you think that meeting compliance standards has been difficult and that once you get there your chances for protecting your organization's information assets are assured, you may be missing a crucial point.


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IT managers must find ways to eliminate the adverse impact of downtime and accidental data loss. This informative 20-minute podcast provides a basic understanding of the costs of unplanned downtime, the building blocks of an IT continuity plan, an overview of data protection and recovery technologies, and more. Click to download now!

Feature Article - System Administration
Virtualization and Blades: A Match Made in Heaven

An understanding of both virtualization and blades and the ways they can work together is critical to improving data center operations and mitigating increased power costs. 

By Pete Elliot 

Blade servers are making deep inroads into the architecture of data centers across the U.S. Meanwhile, virtualization technology is being rapidly applied to both servers and storage across all platforms.


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