SANs are out, virtual grids (aka storage clusters) are in.
Feedback on our column about clustering inefficiency.
Is a software-only solution to storage manipulation on the horizon?
New vendors trumpet products with lower price tags, but if they lock you into a single source, what’s the point?
As you consider your archive options, don’t count out optical.
Disaster recovery was once a one-stop proposition. No more.
VTS: three new (and important) letters in the storage world
Products and technology uncovered in recent travels that piqued the interest of our storage commentator.
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?
Is it true that the storage world is upside down in the southern hemisphere, too?
Disk-to-disk solutions are marketed as tape killers. We found one product that may actually live up to that claim.
Tape … disk … tape … disk! Round and round we go.
At least one company has been doing something right with its secure, managed-storage solution.
You’re supposed to dance with the one who brought you—it says here in small print.
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
Can a new switch from Brocade ready unite different SANs based on non-interoperable switches from different vendors?
The company's president and CEO helped create SCSI earlier in his career, and the company has since overcome some interesting technical challenges.