Is enterprise content management the right tool for data management?
The mirror cracked ... thanks to suspicious information
The old song "Who's Sorry Now" is playing loud and clear in many IT shops.
With improvement in storage virtualization products’ features and reliability will the technology choices get any easier?
No, we're not in Kansas, anymore…..but where will European-based IT end up in the years to come?
Who does the second-guessing is not always who pays the piper.
Disk-to-disk solutions are marketed as tape killers. We found one product that may actually live up to that claim.
Is enterprise content management the next new panacea?
Despite the tens of millions of dollars spent by vendor marketing departments since the late 1990s to evangelize network storage, it has never happened. Until now.
Bank of America's security lapse could happen to you, too
From "thin provisioning" to a report on the storage outlook in the small to medium-sized enterprise world, we look at the silly side of Spring.
New technology blooms in the Storage garden
Readers respond to our observations about degree programs in information technology.
The thought of a vendor association dictating a schema for how companies should characterize their data is a frightening one.
Fall Storage Networking World at exactly the right time, on the eve of Halloween, since it is where you can go to watch the industry eat its young. Big players often use the venue to announce that they are swallowing up smaller firms.
Like The Dating Game and other highbrow TV fare of yesteryear, the time may be right for the development of new game shows—focused on the storage industry itself.
Important announcements from Hitachi Data Systems and Computer Associates may look similar from 50,000 feet, but on closer inspection they're quite different.
Could the future of storage be in plastics?
Is there a role for the independent integrator in the well-demarcated world of storage vendor relationships?
Customers say management features for heterogeneous storage should be a "given"—built-in (and free). Vendors say it's an add-on worth paying for. When will vendors wake up?