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Are File Servers Holding Users Back?

Traditional file servers have served end-users well. Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems, which replaced file servers, took it a further step by allowing IT to provide the storage and share service without the burden of too much storage administration. 1,501 more words


2012 R2: File Server Cluster migration (mounting points disappear)

I helped one of our Customers with a File Server Cluster migration. The procedure is described in http://777notes.wordpress.com/2013/12/13/server-2012-r2-file-server-cluster-migration/

The source Cluster was 2008 R2 and were migrating to 2012 R2. 115 more words


Is It Time To Retire File Server and NAS?

Post by George Crump (thank you)

The file server has served users well for more than a decade. It provided users the ability to share documents with other employees within the organization. 41 more words


Attaining Ongoing Storage Savings

Data center planners tasked with lowering the cost of storage have an unenviable job. Several industry sources state that data is doubling every two years and the principal source of this growth is unstructured data (user files, PDFs, rich multimedia, machine sensor data, email). 1,070 more words


2014 Next Generation Storage Summit Kicks Off with Object Focus

Los Angeles – Storage Switzerland and a host of other industry influencers are spending the next day or so at the Next Generation Object Storage Summit… 310 more words


3 keys to producing better videos

Producing decent quality video is more and more accessible today. From HD smartphone and camera recording to cardioid USB microphones, from screen capture software to iMovie, good production tools are more affordable than ever. 1,241 more words

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