The Essential Guide to Computer Data Storage: From Floppy to DVD

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2001 - 356 lappuses
Whether you're an IT professional, manager, or a home PC user, you've got more data than ever -- and choosing reliable, cost-effective data storage has never been more important. In this book, one of the world's leading experts in data storage explains all your options, and shows you how to make the most of them. Dr. Andrei Khurshudov introduces the features, advantages, and underlying technologies associated with every current data storage option, including hard drives, DVD, CD, removable media storage systems such as Jaz and Zip, tape backup, and RAID. He presents the pros and cons of every data storage interface, including IDE, SCSI, USB, FireWire, and Fibre Channel. Next, he explains the latest options for companies managing soaring amounts of data, including storage area networks (SAN), network attached storage (NAS), and alternative strategies such as Web-based storage. The book includes expert data storage buying tips, as well as detailed coverage of backup and recovery. For everyone concerned with data storage, from businesses planning for growth and disaster recovery, to individuals who want the best storage "bang for the buck."
 

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Computer Interfaces
29
Magnetic Recording Storage Systems
71
Optical Storage
157
MagnetoOptical Storage Systems
201
Nonvolatile SolidState Memory
217
New Applications of Storage Devices
243
Storage on the Web
263
SAN NAS and RAID Fundamentals
275
How to Choose or Upgrade Your DVD HDD or CDROM
307
Glossary
329
References
349
Index
351
InformIT
361
PH PTR Online
362
Back Cover
363
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DR. ANDREI KHURSHUDOV is a currently working at the Storage Technology Division of IBM Corporation in San Jose, California. His responsibilities include research and development of technologies for IBM's next generation hard disk drives. Before joining IBM, Khurshudov was a researcher at the Center for Magnetic Recording Research, UC San Diego, and at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. He holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, and served for eight years with the Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Science. He runs the popular data storage website www.usbyte.com.

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