Outsourced storage and storage service providers
- March 09, 2016
Riverbed Technology this week announced its hyper-converged SteelFusion solution now supports both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure so customers can leverage the cloud as a secondary storage ...
- January 25, 2016
SearchStorage began in-depth coverage of the enterprise storage market in 2000, when Compaq was a major player, IBM looked prescient and EMC had its first $2 billion quarter.
- July 29, 2009
Managing enterprise data storage more efficiently, Part 3: Reduce operating expenses using technolog
Enterprise data storage managers can reduce expenses through capacity planning, writing scripts to automate storage, outsourcing and taking a long-term view on efficiency.
- November 17, 2008
Some Veritas users can now get a free SaaS tool to collect configuration data from their servers and alert them if anything is amiss before they start an installation or upgrade.
- August 20, 2008
With disaster recovery needs and cloud computing interest growing, IBM invests $300 million to build data recovery centers in 10 countries.
- August 18, 2008
Cleversafe's dsNet is the foundation of a new kind of online disaster recovery service that its designers say will limit the impact of service provider outages.
- January 29, 2007
IBM says it intends to use Softek's Transparent Data Migration Facility within its Global Services business.
- July 20, 2006
Users say value added resellers have been the key to successful storage purchases from big vendors like EMC and HP.
- March 20, 2006
Some users think it might be cumbersome to have a separate vendor manage just one part of their environment, while others jump at the idea of off-loading e-mail management.
- January 30, 2006
IT service provider ColoSpace buys its storage gear from resellers to get a more flexible service than it would dealing directly with vendors, such as EMC, says CTO Aaron Sawchuk.
- July 22, 2005
Microsoft brings a startup into the Exchange fold; IBM rumored to be updating its mainframe; HP research to be cut.
- June 22, 2005
Fujitsu's SAS array, which offers users faster data transmission speeds in a smaller footprint, hits the shelves.
- February 01, 2005
GlassHouse secures $20 million in latest round of funding; Microsoft qualifies Brocade SAN router; Storability releases Global Storage Manager 4.0.
- April 30, 2003
Software startup Bocada is offering its backup analysis reporting tool as a service through its partners, resellers and system integrators.
- November 12, 2002
EVault will now sell its proprietary backup and recovery software commercially. The move does mimic a trend among SSPs to focus on selling their in-house technology outside their service customer base.