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StorageIO in the News Update V2010.1

StorageIO is regularly quoted and interviewed in various industry and vertical market venues and publications

StorageIO is regularly quoted and interviewed in various industry and vertical market venues and publications both on-line and in print on a global basis.

The following are some coverage, perspectives and commentary by StorageIO on IT industry trends including servers, storage, I/O networking, hardware, software, services, virtualization, cloud, cluster, grid, SSD, data protection, Green IT and more since the last update.


Realizing that some prefer blogs to webs to twitter to other venues, here are some recent links among others to media coverage and comments by me on a different topics that are among others found at www.storageio.com/news.html:

  • SearchSMBStorage: Comments on EMC Iomega v.Clone for PC data syncronization - Jan 2010
  • Computerworld: Comments on leveraging cloud or online backup - Jan 2010
  • ChannelProSMB: Comments on NAS vs SAN Storage for SMBs - Dec 2009
  • ChannelProSMB: Comments on Affordable SMB Storage Solutions - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on What to buy a geek for the holidays, 2009 edition - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on EMC VMAX storage and 8GFC enhancements - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Data Footprint Reduction - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Building a private storage cloud - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on SSD in storage systems - Dec 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on slow adoption of file virtualization - Dec 2009
  • IT World: Comments on maximizing data security investments - Nov 2009
  • SearchCIO: Comments on storage virtualization for your organisation - Nov 2009
  • Processor: Comments on how to win approval for hardware upgrades - Nov 2009
  • Processor: Comments on the Future of Servers - Nov 2009
  • SearchITChannel: Comments on Energy-efficient technology sales depend on pitch - Nov 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on how to get from Fibre Channel to FCoE - Nov 2009
  • Minneapolis Star Tribune: Comments on Google Wave and Clouds - Nov 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on EMC and Cisco alliance - Nov 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on HP virtualizaiton enhancements - Nov 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Apple canceling ZFS project - Oct 2009
  • Processor: Comments on EPA Energy Star for Server and Storage Ratings - Oct 2009
  • IT World Canada: Cloud computing, dot be scared, look before you leap - Oct 2009
  • IT World: Comments on stretching your data protection and security dollar - Oct 2009
  • Enterprise Storage Forum: Comments about Fragmentation and Performance? - Oct 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments about data migration - Oct 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments about What's inside internal storage clouds? - Oct 2009
  • Enterprise Storage Forum: Comments about T-Mobile and Clouds? - Oct 2009
  • Enterprise Storage Forum: Comments on Maxiscale clustered, cloud NAS - Sep 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Maxiscale clustered NAS for web hosting - Sep 2009
  • Enterprise Storage Forum: Comments on whos hot in data storage industry - Sep 2009
  • SearchSMBStorage: Comments on SMB Fibre Channel switch options - Sep 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on using storage more efficiently - Sep 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Data and Storage Tiering including SSD - Sep 2009
  • Enterprise IT Planet: Comments on Data Deduplication - Sep 2009
  • SearchDataCenter: Comments on Tiered Storage - Sep 2009
  • Enterprise Storage Forum: Comments on Sun-Oracle Wedding - Aug 2009
  • Processor.com: Comments on Storage Network Snags - Aug 2009
  • SearchStorageChannel: Comments on I/O virtualizaiton (IOV) - Aug 2009
  • SearchStorage: Comments on Clustered NAS storage and virtualization - Aug 2009
  • SearchITChannel: Comments on Solid-state drive prices still hinder adoption - Aug 2009
  • Check out the Content, Tips, Tools, Videos, Podcasts plus White Papers, and News pages for additional commentary, coverage and related content or events. Cheers -

    gs Greg Schulz - Author "The Green and Virtual Data Center" (CRC)

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    Greg Schulz is founder of the Server and StorageIO (StorageIO) Group, an IT industry analyst and consultancy firm. Greg has worked with various server operating systems along with storage and networking software tools, hardware and services. Greg has worked as a programmer, systems administrator, disaster recovery consultant, and storage and capacity planner for various IT organizations. He has worked for various vendors before joining an industry analyst firm and later forming StorageIO.

    In addition to his analyst and consulting research duties, Schulz has published over a thousand articles, tips, reports and white papers and is a sought after popular speaker at events around the world. Greg is also author of the books Resilient Storage Network (Elsevier) and The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC). His blog is at www.storageioblog.com and he can also be found on twitter @storageio.

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