- Microsoft Technet
Microsoft TechNet is a monthly CD or DVD subscription direct from Microsoft. It delivers the Knowledge Base with a powerful search utility, Service Packs, Resource Kits and more. It also contains white papers, case studies, business case studies and other helpful articles
- Microsoft iSCSI
Microsoft released Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) support software for Microsoft Windows® client and server environments in June 2003. The Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator package includes both the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator service and the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator software driver.
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- Choosing storage technologies
A guide that helps individuals, small businesses and the enterprise to choose from storage technologies such as Hard Drive, NAS, iSCSI, SAN etc.
- Checklist: Eight no-nonsense steps to buying storage products
How to make effective storage-related decisions and purchases based on a simple eight-step process used by the Evaluator Group, a storage consultancy.
- The advantages of SATA II over SATA I
How the new SATA II-based products are going to make your life a lot easier. Three features to consider: port multipliers, port selectors and native command queuing.
- How to choose the right RAID for your array
How to cut through vendor hype and determine which RAID level (or levels) is right for your disk array.
- Beginners Guide to iSCSI
What's iSCSI and what exactly it really does and more importantly how it works and how we can actually use it to solve real customer problems.
- NAS buying tips: Common sense approach to buying NAS
Choosing NAS in terms of what you want to do with the NAS; what your server and storage environment looks like; what applications will be using the NAS; what performance and capacity will be required; and how many servers will be accessing the NAS and more.