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Configuring and Managing Storage for Remote Sites
The successful configuration and management of a distributed NAS solution throughout an organization with multiple remote locations requires careful consideration and a thorough understanding of the disparate needs of each location, as well as how they fit with the overall needs of the organization. Building a storage network of NAS systems that have the capability to communicate with one another, be managed remotely from a central seat, and securely replicate their business-critical data back to the central office or to other remote locations, is fundamental to the success of a remote storage solution with minimal IT resources.
- Overland Storage
- 17 Sep 2008
- 16 Sep 2008
- 2 Page(s)
- White Paper