Tape issues are the result of personnel errors and processes, not of the technology itself.
What does it take to successfully build a business continuity plan? It’s not the technology.
Deduplication on virtual tape libraries is a hot technology. Before jumping in, however, you’ll need answers to five important questions.
Real storage innovation may be happening in software, not hardware
Is IBRIX truly a vendor-agnostic technology that can dramatically improve data access speeds?
The B-tree is an endangered species … .thank goodness.
Clearview may the best value-add to work with MS SharePoint Server
Is an incentive program the right way to drive increased greenness in storage and server operations?
Why storage pros should focus on resiliency, manageability, and their "junk" drawer
Why relationship selling must stop
Disaster recovery tends to become a focus during any period of economic uncertainty -- and 2008 will deliver uncertainty in spades if market pundits are correct.
Once dismissed by the storage industry analyst community, DataCore is enjoying a renaissance in the U.S. market. We explain why.
There's no such thing as perfect disaster readiness, but you can still make important decisions to protect your data.
The downside of thin provisioning at the array level is not being fully articulated by any vendor.
One company offers a way to secure data when different classes of data have different security requirements.
Seagate’s announcement of Momentus drives with DriveTrust technology holds promise for enabling IT to secure data at rest
Our storage analyst, Jon Toigo, begins a series on data security issues and solutions.
Though StorHouse is principally a data warehousing system, its stronger value may be as a database archiving solution.
SRM is probably the most important investment that storage managers can make, but it’s riddled with problems.
The need to build resilient low-cost infrastructure for hosting e-mail archives is growing fast.