What is a Storage Area Network (SAN)?

A storage area network (SAN) is a network in which information and serves are shared with a large group of users. This style of network is extremely fast, and gives companies a chance to increase data storage without major risk or accessibility issues. When data grows, your storage space can be increased.


The IT industry is always changing and our IT engineers seize every moment to find the best way to keep your business on the leading edge of technology. Here are some articles to help share the knowledge.

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Operational Recovery Replication vs. CDP (Continuous Data Protection)

Both operational recovery replication and CDP serve a similar purpose, but they achieve their goals very differently. Read more…

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Veeam Backup and Replication Version 11 Release: So Many New Features, Where do We Start?

Learn What’s New in Veeam Version 11

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