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The Role of the Storage Administrator

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The mainframe world has long had storage administrators.
The time has come for us to look seriously at a whole new career path that is opening up in the world of systems administration. This new path is the management of storage and the data contained on it. I propose we name this position right up front. Let's call it "System Storage Administrator" or maybe "System Storage Architect". Either will do, but I am betting that the latter will get you at least $6K more a year and possibly an office (it might be next to the furnace room but, hey, won't Mom be proud).
 read more | mail this link | score:7797 | -Ray, October 15, 2004
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