The V-party may be a grassroots movement energized by widespread anger against the predatory behavior of storage and system vendors, but it seems to have followed the pattern of many movements -- technological and political.
Not all backup appliances -- enterprise or small office -- are the same. Use these parameters to help decide which one best meets the needs of your enterprise.
How serious is EMC about competing in the mainframe tape space? Take a look at the latest release of its Disk Library for mainframe to see how the company is upping the ante.
In the concluding article in our series, we look at storage management, examine how it serves as a translator, and discuss the search for a useful automated storage management paradigm.
In both the MSP and the SSP models for storage clouds, it is the management that delivers the value, not the infrastructure.
Cloud storage is starting to catch on. Here are the basics you need to know.
Tape is currently enjoying a renaissance in data storage. Speakers at the third Global IT Executive Summit shed light on what's ahead.
The impact and importance of virtualized storage and the cloud.
Why you need a defensible data retention and collection process.
When considering budgeting for storage, cost efficiency provides the best way to frame a discussion of storage efficiency.
Why is storage efficiency so abysmal?
Host.net is leading the charge to deliver cloud-based platform-as-a-service.
Users can execute fast, accurate file data migrations seamlessly
The tools for building a strategic storage infrastructure are available to intelligent consumers.
DataCore Software takes a very different approach to benchmarking VDI.
Oracle has released software aimed at letting organizations build private clouds by adding elasticity to their applications via a clustered file system.
Are most of the announcements around hot storage innovations lately anything beyond hot air? Our storage analyst, Jon Toigo, finds one bright spot.
These strategies will help you manage your growing storage needs in 2011.
As data centers struggle to meet their backup and recovery objectives, what will managers look for in 2011?
The 2010 history books will show that many of the developments in storage have been driven by economics rather than pure innovation. Our storage analyst, Jon Toigo, takes a look back at the significant storage news of 2010.