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January 2005

  • Server-based replication for Netware

    Storage expert Brett Cooper offers advice to a SearchStorage.com reader who inqured about server-based replication for Netware.

  • Veritas Backup Exec flaw leaves users vulnerable

    A boundary error in Backup Exec leaves users open to an attacker taking control of the software, unless they install the Veritas fix.

  • Will Smarts overload EMC ControlCenter?

    Users, analysts discuss the pros and cons of EMC's integration of Smarts' event automation software with ControlCenter.

  • Storage Clips: GlassHouse acquires Fortified

    GlassHouse fortifies consulting business with another acquisition; FalconStor refreshes iSCSI software; Maxtor adopts Broadcom's NAS on-a-chip; Philips unveils optical disk drive.

  • How to select an SRM suite

    Today's SRM tools offer a full menu of features, but before you dig in you need to know which are must-haves and which look tasty but provide little sustenance.

  • Storage Clips: StorageTek to resell Cisco switches

    StorageTek connects with Cisco; Emulex HBAs certified by HP; Apple Ships Xsan SAN File System.

  • IBM cools its bricks

    IBM has found a way to keep its next-generation storage brick architecture cool by pumping water through it, but will users welcome the idea of water coursing through their data centers?