Given the nature of technology and of business economics, are we ready for a storage revolution?
Too many IT shops are deploying supposed technology solutions without fully understanding the complexity and collateral effects introduced into other parts of a dynamic system.
How to store and manage all of the data created in the genotyping process and in subsequent analytical activities creates unique requirements for research scientists.
Vendors offer their opinions on staying out of legal hot water to where to expand the use of de-duplication technologies.
We discuss the types of de-duplication and what meaningful criteria should be used to evaluate competing approaches and products
VTL and de-duplication, tape versus disk -- a possible new answer looms on the horizon.
Testing is where the rubber meets the road….and fewer than 50 percent of companies ever do it
Dark storage is disk space that is unmapped, unclaimed, or unassigned.
If you need to augment your continuity strategy testing and management capability, RecoverGuard is worth a look.
Is IBM's purchase of a de-duplication process tactical or strategic?
How many shops are really using server virtualization?
Storage nirvana remains the undiscovered country of the true SAN.
Manufacturers may redesign their products to improve energy efficiency, but data archival may be the real secret to green storage.
Why a new technology -- Intelligent Storage Element -- has our storage analyst raving
Tape issues are the result of personnel errors and processes, not of the technology itself.
Ask a dozen executives about the state of storage resource management and you’ll get ten different answers, but one company -- Xiotech -- has shown the way to true management nirvana with its Web services-based management architecture.
Will FCoE, which uses the same cabling as the next generation LAN, rapidly become the storage protocol of choice?
What does it take to successfully build a business continuity plan? It’s not the technology.
Are you willing to spend a nickel to avoid a data recovery disaster?
Real storage innovation may be happening in software, not hardware