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Waident has been doing virtual server and SAN implementations for many years and we are always looking for new vendors to work with. Click here for further details on what we do.
We rarely become partners with hardware/software firms so we can remain completely impartial for our clients. However, every so often, we find a manufacturer with such a compelling mix of technology, reliability, customer service, and exceptional price point, that we have no choice but to start working with them. Scale Computing is one of those firms.
The Scale SAN is an amazing piece of technology that won’t break the bank. We recently installed one for a client in conjunction with VMware vShere 4, VMware View, and VMware vCenter with great results.
They can be found here http://www.scalecomputing.com/ for complete information.
We are not in the hardware game, which allows us to discount what we sell so our clients get the best equipment for the best price. We partner with firms in order to leverage that relationship to benefit our clients and not to capture the minimal dollars we make on the hardware purchase transaction. In the end we make a little money off of the hardware transaction and our clients save money so it ends up being one of those rare win/win events.
We have all been there - You click on Send and then an instant later you realize with great dread that you forgot to add the attachment, didn’t finish the thought, or even worse, had the wrong recipient in the email because you hit reply instead of forward. I know for me, there is some sixth sense that usually catches my mishaps the moment I click Send and I am left wishing there was a way to stop the delivery so I can update my message.
Greg Woodard with Woodmark Technologies has come up with an elegant solution. Just have your emails sit in your Outbox for 60 seconds before they actually get sent. This allows you to grab the message if you need to without causing any real delay in the delivery. One caveat...this may cause a problem with the Outlook Delayed Delivery option so if you use that feature, be aware. Check out his blog entry to see how it is done.