Now I've never worked for the army/military and I really have no experience with them, but I'm sure that it takes a lot for them to give their stamp of approval on a product or solution. Also, there must be strict security, compliance, and sustainability requirements that vendors and solutions must meet in order to receive such an honour. Well, I'm proud to say that one of my sponsors, StarWind Software has met just that and recieved the Certificate of Netwothiness from the US Army. You can check out the full press release here and while your there you might better go and grab yourself a copy of their free iSCSI SAN. That's right, you can get the same security, comparability, and sustainability in your organization knowing that the US Army has put their support behind it, and you can get it for free. Congrats StarWind.
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