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July 14, 2014
Jeweler Kendra Scott turns to Spanning Cloud Apps cloud-to-cloud backup to protecting data inside Google Apps.
April 09, 2014
A California planetarium relieves the I/O stress its large digital content repository places on its file servers with Avere Edge Filers.
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On the Internet, the root server system is the way that an authoritative master list of all top-level domain names (such as com, net, org,and individual country codes) is maintained and made available to all routers. Continue Reading
In the client/server model, a file server is a computer responsible for the central storage and management of data files so that other computers on the same network can access the files. Continue Reading
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Scale-out file servers can significantly lower storage costs, but it might not be right for organizations. Here's what to consider. Continue Reading
According to analyst George Crump, global file locking isn't required for single-office cloud users, but for multisite organizations it is a top requirement in a cloud service. Continue Reading
Windows Server 2012 R2's Storage QoS feature for Hyper-V has some shortcomings, but Expert Brien Posey explains how it has improved in this answer. Continue Reading
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The Web features fans and critics of migrating data from file servers to SharePoint. An expert weighs in. Continue Reading
The File Server Capacity Tool can help admins determine whether or not a server can handle system loads, but another use is to determine if a build is the cause of lower performance. Continue Reading
Many network hacks can quickly happen right under your nose. Learn to test your file servers from common attacks by taking on the mindset of a hacker. Continue Reading