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Tech OnTap Newsletter June 2012

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Tech OnTap NewsletterJune 2012
Mina Eng, Tech OnTap Editor
Editor's Note

One of our favorite technical experts, Steve Miller, is back this month to talk about our newest platform, the FAS2220.  See how this new entry-level FAS system is superfast to set up and packed with high-end functionalities.

Our newsletter also has some new functionalities. You can now share your favorite articles via e-mail and Google+. Give it a try.

- Mina Eng, Tech OnTap Editor
FAS2220: Raising the Bar for the Entry-LevelFAS2220: Raising the Bar
for the Entry Level

Steven Miller, Senior Technical Director and Platform Architect
The FAS2220 delivers unified storage, integrated data protection, and advanced storage efficiency in a package optimized for smaller IT teams. Initial setup and ongoing management are faster and easier than ever, and you get three times the performance of the previous platform plus new features like Flash Pools for even greater speed and economy.  Read on to find out if the FAS2220 is right for you.
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IT Resources: Storage-Munching Zombies Are on the Attack!
Storage-Munching Zombies are on the Attack!Discover how to use NetApp® virtualization solutions as a weapon against zombies bent on data center destruction in the second installment of our "IT Survival Guide."

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Blog of the Month: Addressing the Storage Needs of Your Growing Business
This blog dives into why you shouldn’t compromise on performance, efficiency, or affordability just because you are starting small, and what you need to look for as you grow.

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