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2012 Issue 4

  1. Next-generation servers put to the test

    The 12th-generation Dell™ PowerEdge™ servers can enable enterprises to achieve unprecedented efficiency gains that can change the economics of their business and organizational success.

  2. Scalable storage boosts business agility

    Dell EqualLogic storage allows Navicure to respond quickly and flexibly to health-care document demands.

  3. Bottom-line benefits of next-generation intelligent storage

    Recent storage innovations maximize the business benefits of virtualization, cloud and other technologies.

  4. Data explosion calls for storage innovation

    Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) research shows that 90% of organizations surveyed are increasing or maintaining their spending on storage infrastructure.

  5. Editor’s note: Ship-shape storage solutions

    Catalyst Editor-in-chief, Tom Kolnowski, discusses this issue's content and how implementing effective storage solutions can help meet business challenges, improve efficiency and reduce costs.

  6. 5 requirements for backup in virtual and physical environments

    Protecting data in a hybrid environment requires thinking about backup in a new way.

  7. Traffic detection company accelerates efficiency gains for backups

    Wavetronix cuts restore times, achieves streamlined data protection with Dell AppAssure software.

  8. Tiered storage gives elevator company a lift

    Lutz Aufzüge cuts its storage management time using a Dell Compellent solution that easily scales with business growth.

  9. Migrating to Microsoft Windows 8 for heightened productivity

    Now is the time to plan and implement a move from the Microsoft Windows XP OS and embrace opportunities for rich device functionality in Windows 7 and Windows 8. Dell offers extensive OS migration services for a smooth, cost-effective transition.