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  1. 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

  2. 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.

  3. TechGenix

    TechGenix reaches millions of IT Professionals every month, and has set the standard for providing free technical content through its growing family of websites, empowering them with the answers and tools that are needed to set up, configure, maintain and enhance their networks.

  4. Slashdot.org

    News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters.

  5. TechRepulic

    TechRepublic provides information technology professionals with IT news, tips, IT forums, file downloads, electronic newsletters, and event listings.

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. The advantages of SATA III over SATA II plus SAS and SSD

    How the new SATA III-based products are going to make your life a lot easier. Three features to consider: port multipliers, port selectors and native command queuing.

  4. How to choose the right RAID for your disk array

    How to cut through vendor hype and determine which RAID level (or levels) is right for your disk array.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.