Best Practices in Networking and Storage Efficiency
The jobs of network and storage managers in government have never been more complex. In recent years, agencies have been generating unprecedented amounts of data. And the data itself has grown more complex, as agencies are mining so many different sources of data, including real-time data, audio and video, geospatial information and text documents. The task of network and storage managers is to ensure these treasure troves of data are manageable and readily available – and to do so without blowing the IT budget. In this special report, we look at how government agencies are tackling this challenging but vital task.
Despite intense budget pressures, agency leaders have realized that they cannot afford not to invest in network and storage modernization.Read More Here
Network traffic is growing both in type and volume, which makes it more important than ever to take a proactive approach to identifying and resolving possible bottlenecks before they become big problems.Read More Here
Emerging cloud- and virtualization-based tools have the potential to give network managers much more flexibility when it comes to managing the enterprise network environment. Read More Here
One way or another, agency storage strategies must account for the increasing volumes of all types of data, including real-time, semi-structured and unstructured. Read More Here
Flash storage and other emerging technologies could play a big role in the years ahead, although tape is likely to hold its own as a go-to storage strategy. Read More Here