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The Top Five Blog Posts for January

by on February 1, 2011

I can’t believe today is the first day of February. January seemed to go buy very quickly. Once again, I thought it would be nice to hightlight the top five posts (according to traffic) from January, just in case you missed them.

By Any Name, ECA Means eDiscovery Savings
Whether ECA means Early Case Assessment or Early Cost Assessment or Early Content Analysis, its ability to reduce the amount of data that needs to be reviewed during e-discovery has one meaning to lawyers: savings in time and money.

The Top Data Center, Storage & Technology Predictions of 2011
What will 2011 bring for data centers, stroage and technology in general? We’ve put together a list of the top “top” predictions of 2011 for your perusal.

The Case for Online Dedupe
With data growth challenging IT departments everywhere, deduplication is gaining popularity. But as dedupe algorithms and disk controller hardware improves, offline versus online dedupe remains a hot subject of debate among storage pros.

NVIDIA Ready To Take ARM To Data Centers
With the blizzard of new gadget announcements emanating from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year, it was easy to miss the one from graphics notable Nvidia about its intentions to build a high-performance, multi-core ARM-based processor.

Why EMC’s Data Domain Archiver Is Not Really a Threat to Tape
EMC has heralded their new Data Domain Archiver as the death knell to tape (haven’t we heard that before??). But a closer look reveals their are some concerns that should be addressed.

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