August 2008 | Archive by Month | SearchStorage.com | Page 3

August 2008

  • Ask the Experts: Tape media failure

    Is there a way to anticipate tape media failures?

  • Keep it or can it?

  • Enterprise-ready VTLs

    Enterprise-class virtual tape libraries (VTLs) are an increasingly cost-effective destination for data that needs to be backed up or restored quickly, and isn't quite ready for offsite archiving. B...

  • Backup gets a boost: Hot Spots

    Snapshots, continuous data protection and deduplication are making their way into traditional backup products. By capturing, transferring and storing less data in the backup process, organizations ...

  • Storage at your service

    Storage-as-a-service (SaaS) companies learned from the mistakes of their dot-com era predecessors. Today, SaaS is being driven by economic factors, as well as runaway data growth, compliance requir...

  • EMC's Documentum gets e-discovery makeover

    EMC's Documentum to support e-discovery; AmeriVault teams with EMC to offer online backup; Spectra Logic tape library features dual-port FC drives.

  • RAID technology quiz

    Take a few minutes and test yourself on RAID technology. Do you know which RAID type is the fastest or which one is seen in SATA environments? Challenge your co-workers to a RAID pop quiz showdown,...

  • HP adds capacity to Medical Archiving System SAN nodes

    HP says version 3.5 of its Medical Archiving System (MAS) system is like the Incredible Hulk – bigger, badder and greener than before.

  • SunGard cloud service brings disaster recovery relief

    SunGard's pool of virtual servers for failover solves long-standing disaster recovery headaches for one company.

  • Clariion array update blurs line between EMC platforms

    A bigger, faster Clariion with advanced features, which first appeared in the Symmetrix line, has industry observers wondering about the increasing overlap between EMC systems.

  • Pivot3 consolidates physical servers onto storage arrays

    Pivot3's IP SAN offers Serverless Computing, which eliminates the need for application servers by running them as guests on its storage arrays.