Every organization uses Server Message Block (SMB) in some form to access storage. It might be to access logon scripts, to access and use software-installation media, or for users to access their documents and MP3 collections. What SMB has not been used for is a file-level protocol (in which the client does not directly access the disk blocks but instead is served files) for enterprise applications to access remote storage. When it comes to communicating with storage for enterprise ...
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