DataCore this week upgraded two of its enterprise storage offerings: the SANsymphony Software-Defined Storage platform and the Hyper-converged Virtual SAN.
The inexorable migration to flash-based enterprise storage continues. Following on the heels of IBM's new solutions announced a couple weeks ago, Dell Inc. yesterday introduced its own all-flash and hybrid flash offerings.
"Unprecedented speed" is the key ingredient in IBM's new flash storage solutions, designed for the new world of intelligent, cloud-based business apps.
EMC unveiled a flurry of new products at its EMC World 2016 conference with the goal of modernizing the datacenter.
With a mission to help organizations move from traditional file systems to more flexible, scalable cloud infrastructures, SwiftStack has upgraded its namesake "enterprise-ready object storage software."
Microsoft announced a GS-Series for enterprises using Azure VMs, adding more storage.
A new survey indicates the primary pain point in enterprise storage implementations today is performance, with latency listed as a big problem.
Vendors scramble to help enterprises move their Big Data analytics to the cloud in an exploding market.
Microsoft announced this week a new line of its StorSimple appliances that link on-premises datacenters to the Azure cloud.
Here is what you can do to boost both the performance and amount of storage available in your enterprise.
While Fibre Channel provides enterprises with high-speed transfer rates, is the amount it offers a bit overkill?
Looking to make a move? Be sure to evaluate all the pros and the cons of cloud storage providers.
Here's a look at how full backups, incremental backups and differential backups differ when backing up enterprise data.
The market is now seeing the results of innovations in storage technology.
Here's what you need to know when it comes to input/output operations per second in physical storage.
While the technology is on the decline, here's why RAID is still sticking around as it slowly marches towards its ultimate demise.
Backing up data should extend further than just taking a "screenshot" of a drive.
The amount of data we're all generating at any given time is astronomical. Jump on the big-data train or risk getting left behind.
The blurring lines of storage and the industry terms used can leave enterprises evaluating their next storage buy puzzled. Here's a look at three phrases you need to know.
Cloud-based services are just one of the many options IT has when crafting their storage architecture.