|In This Issue: Focus on High Availability
CONTINUITY: UPSes Play Integral Role >
|May 12, 2010
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UPSes Keep Campuses Up and Running
Fairfield's Steve Daily points to UPS technology as an integral part of a broader high-availability strategy at the university. High-ed data centers rely on the devices to keep core systems running smoothly.
Pump Up Availability with Virtualization
Colleges and universities find that when they combine virtualization with fault-tolerant hardware, they gain both a more resilient infrastructure and one that's easier to manage.
Compellent Storage Center
In its latest SAN system, Compellent Technologies pairs high performance with an easy-to-use interface at a reasonable price. The system lets you mix and match Fibre Channel, iSCSI, SAS, SATA and solid-state drives.
Get Ready for Unified Fabric
Don't let the coming switch shake-up rattle your data center operations. Although the dust has yet to settle on a final 40/100 GigE standard, here are pointers so you can take advantage of super-speedy server connections.
Exchange HA: Keeping on Message
In Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft rolled out flexible, database-centric availability features. But even if you're running the 2007 or 2003 versions, you can bolster messaging server availability.
Data Storage in Education: Streamline information architecture, prevent data loss and deliver access anytime, anywhere.Disaster Recovery and COOP: Operating at your best while preparing for the worst.
Managing the Content Explosion: Our Lady of the Lake University centralizes data storage and improves disaster recovery.
No Time for Downtime: Erie Community College works toward total availability of IT services.
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