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Welcome To The New Byte and Switch

Storage is evolving, and so is Byte and Switch. We've redesigned and enhanced our Web site to better serve your needs for storage news and information.

These are exciting and challenging times for IT managers and storage administrators, as new technologies and new requirements affect the way you store and protect growing amounts of business-critical data. We have redesigned and enhanced Byte and Switch, the storage industry's leading source of news and information, to serve those needs. For years, Byte and Switch has given you the best in storage industry insights and analysis. Now, the new and improved Byte and Switch will provide you with even more information to help you understand the new options you have for building and managing a next-generation storage and data center infrastructure.

 

We have spent months talking to enterprise IT managers, industry analysts and vendor executives to develop the site you see now, with the goal of creating a one-stop site for the business and technology news you need to do your job better. As you can see, we have completely redesigned the site, with a new colorful look that is more open and easier to read. We have added a host of new features and content and a new way to present stories, using topical channels to help you find the information you need on the subjects and issues that are most important to you. We've also redesigned our daily and weekly newsletters.

 

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