Taneja Group, Microsoft, and Attune Systems to Host Webcast on File Virtualization and File Area Networks.
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Brad O'Neill, senior analyst and consultant with the Taneja Group, Sabrinath Rao, senior product manager for Storage Marketing, Microsoft Corp., and Dan Liddle, vice president of marketing, Attune Systems, Inc., will be covering the following topics:
* Key elements and services of FAN and file virtualization
* How FAN can be used to structure file level innovation
* Features of the FAN reference architecture
* How to set up a FAN action plan and self-assessment
* How to non-disruptively migrate file content
* Critical file virtualization evaluation and deployment considerations
* How file virtualization appliances stack-up against key FAN requirements and deployment models
About Attune Systems
Attune Systems solutions reduce file management complexity for enterprise, government, and education storage environments while slashing operating costs and increasing scalability. The company's flagship product, the Maestro File Manager, is a file virtualization appliance that helps IT administrators discover, analyze, manage, and optimize their existing, heterogeneous file storage resources without impacting end users. File virtualization is the low-risk, high-impact first step towards implementing an effective File Area Network (FAN). Attune's investors include Alloy Ventures, GF Private Equity Group, LLC, QTV Capital, Rock Creek Capital, RWI Ventures, Shea Ventures, and Shoreline Venture Management. For more information, please call 877-GO-ATTUNE (877-462-8886) or visit the company's website at www.attunesystems.com.
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