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.
The term ILM still causes people to cringe when hearing that term. Dataglobal is showing some guts by re-introducing the need for information life cycle management into the contemporary storage discussion.
For SMBs considering traditional data backup and storage and/or for those struggling with an off-site solution, it may be time to consider the cloud as an alternative data protection solution.
Government agencies will soon have access to storage, virtualization, and Web hosting applications via Apps.gov, the General Service Administration's cloud-based storefront, government officials said yesterday.
Major League Baseball discovered efficiencies, cost savings using tape for mass storage of historical footage.
What's driving larger data volumes, and how have compliance issues complicated storage management? How can you get "big data" under control?
One quarter of respondents said they experienced a "significant network disruption" in the last year
Given the appeal of data protection features storage array vendors have been adding to their equipment, is the practice of replicating data for protection using software operating outside of the storage array -- rather than as a built-in function of an array controller -- in jeopardy?
The benefits and best practices of using tape discovery.
New tape cartridge can store up to 35 TB of data in LTO form factor
Do Intel's new processors signal a seminal moment in storage innovation?
Smart storage isn't about applications running on an array controller; it's about manageability of the infrastructure.
Virtualization’s great promise may be compromised if virtual machines can't be easily recovered.
Choosing cloud-based vs. in-house storage solutions is like herding cats -- tricky.
Our storage analyst, Jon Toigo, explores a model that, if fully realized, would be light years ahead of what your favorite hardware vendors call "smart storage" today.
Eric Lomascolo, director of product development, demonstrates new management tools that knocked the socks of of our storage analyst, Jon Toigo
What defines "old" data, and how do you solve compatibility issues of legacy backups?
The more information you have, the more you must worry about where it's stored and if your organization is in compliance with the global potpourri of industry and government regulations.
The four basic goals of archiving, plus a 3-2-1 best practice recommendation
Spectra Logic's Molly Rector discusses tape's niche role as a powerful backup medium to its use in active archives