Tech OnTap Newsletter January 2014

by NetApp Staff on ‎2014-01-27 01:57 PM
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Tech OnTap NewsletterJanuary 2014
Mina Eng, Tech OnTap Editor
Editor's Note
Happy new year! We here at Tech OnTap® hope you enjoy our annual “best of” edition. These are the articles that really captured readers’ attention in 2013.

For 2014, we look forward to continuing to bring you the latest on hot topics such as the cloud and flash, in-depth looks at new products, and forward-looking articles on important industry trends.

Let us know if there’s a topic you’d like to hear more about. We appreciate you being a loyal Tech OnTap reader.
- Mina Eng, Tech OnTap Editor, @minayeng
Best Articles of 2012Top Articles from 2013

Supercharge OLTP and VDI with the New EF550 Flash
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About E-Series 
NetApp Cloud: Storage Services for the Private Cloud
What's New in Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2?
VSC: The Essential Tool for VMware on NetApp
The Shifting Sands of NetApp
The New FAS3200 SeriesTom Georgens,
NetApp CEO
Can CEO Tom Georgens grow business with the cloud? Read the Forbes article to find out.
Learn more
IT Almanac for 2014: Looking Ahead
Agile Storage Comes to Amazon’s CloudJay Kidd,
NetApp CTO
NetApp CTO Jay Kidd offers his annual predictions for technology in the coming year. 
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