The pros and cons of health care storage systems

The pros and cons of health care storage systems


There are plenty of storage options for your health care organization –storage area networks (SAN), network attached storage (NAS) Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI), Fibre Channel (FC) and Network File System (NFS).

And because many vendors and storage admins have particularly strong feelings about one or all of these storage systems, it can be hard receiving an unbiased opinion.

This e-guide breaks down the pros and cons of the major storage systems in use today and offers impartial advice on how you can find which would work best in your health care organization. 

EMC Isilon
07 Dec 2012
07 Dec 2012
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