Issue OverviewIT in Europe - February 2011
This edition of Storage Europe will investigate how users are addressing storage and network convergence in the field, and what their outlook is for the future. Access >>>
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FCoE or iSCSI? Doesn’t matter! It’s about the Ethernet
by Shamus McGillicuddy
Some question the path to network convergence - is it through FCoE or iSCSI? Either way, preparing the existing infrastructure will be key to a healthy network environment.
- FCoE or iSCSI? Doesn’t matter! It’s about the Ethernet by Shamus McGillicuddy
Where evolving network concepts come together.
- Idea lab
Data centre management: The battle for control
by Nick Booth
If data centre networks are becoming more important, why are networking pros losing their say in the battle for data centre management?
UK data protection regulations get stricter
by Tracey Caldwell
As UK data protection regulations and data privacy laws and their enforcement becomes tougher, enterprises must learn the intricacies of the Data Protection Act and the E-Privacy Directive, among other laws that affect network security.
UK heads for a mobile network operator duopoly
by Bryan Betts
UK mobile network operators are dwindling due to mergers and agreements that stifle competition. Businesses must consider the effect this network consolidation will have on mobile services available to them and the prices they will have to pay.
- Data centre management: The battle for control by Nick Booth
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