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September 2004

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Infrastructure Strategies 2004
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 COVER STORIES

ILM shows the way

What's In Store For Business
As organizations grow, so does the amount of vital information from various business areas. It's important to create policies, strategies, and solutions to ensure safe storage, backup, retrieval, and archival practices at any point in the lifecycle of enterprise information. And Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) strategies do just this.

Indian Companies Have it in Store
Indian enterprises are increasingly using effective storage strategies to control their growing storage infrastructure. Here's how some of them are doing it.
Developing on a Consolidated Platform
Sasken Communications, which develops telecom solutions and runs an R&D center at Bangalore, needed to develop a storage infrastructure that was consolidated and unified.
Documented Storage Policy and ILM
LG Electronics Private Limited has a documented storage policy and uses ILM-specific strategies in its network.

Choosing an ILM Solution
ILM is not simply about products; it's more about policies and procedures. So the ideal solution provider would be one who has a clear understanding of the ILM concept and also understands your business well.

Company Watch
Now that you have been through the scope of ILM solutions, you’re probably evaluating your IT infrastructure. The following table will prove a ready reckoner when you begin your ILM shopping spree!

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EDIT SHELF SPACE
 NEWS & ANALYSIS

Cisco wants enterprises to dial into IP
'ITSM can reduce operational costs'
Are CIOs Operational or Business leaders?
BFSI companies give employees most access to computers

 SECURITY WATCH
Security Watch
 EDIT
Of events and strategies
 TECHNOLOGY SENATE 2004
Where Technocrats meet
 INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE AWARDS
Big Ideas, Anyone?
Imagine an illiterate farmer in a remote village in Madhya Pradesh sitting at a desktop wired up to the WWW through a small VSAT link powered by a small power generator by its side and surfing away to glory, downloading invaluable information about weather forecasts and sowing trends.
 IN PERSON

Management: the single big issues for organizations
Multi-function security devices score over point solutions

HI-TECH HOTSHOTS
The color that changed his life
He's became a GM in just ten years thanks to his managerial skills, a great work environment, and hard work. “Eventually someday I have to manage business, and this is the route I've taken.
 FOCUS
Where does Linux Work?
There is still much uncertainty about the viability of Linux in the enterprise. But here are some guidelines for evaluating this open source operating system
 CASE STUDY
A SAN in the NIC of time
A security audit for better business
SHELF SPACE
New Products & Services
 VENDOR VOICE
Pooled storage is the way to go
A look at how enterprise applications can benefit when storage resources are grouped into a common pool.
 XSP
Your ATM's a NOC away
Managing a large number of nationwide ATMs can be a daunting task for a bank whose core business is finance. Let a service provider manage, monitor, and replenish the nationwide ATMs while the bank does what it does best–make money.
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 READERWARE
Manage the B'school way
Make a strategy to conquer
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