Storage market research reports
- November 05, 2004
A study by TheInfoPro shows dissatisfaction among Clariion users, while the DMX continues to get high scores.
- November 02, 2004
Recent research shows that the long-term costs of disk exceed tape, but the TCO line is getting blurrier as more companies integrate both technologies.
- September 16, 2004
Flashy new automated-provisioning tools and performance-analysis software miss the mark for many users who are still struggling to visualize their resources.
- September 13, 2004
Process automation, performance tuning and better integration between products goes some way toward easing storage management, vendors claim.
- September 10, 2004
What challenges does HDS face in terms of growing market share?
- September 10, 2004
Does HDS have an edge over its competitors -- if so what is it?
- July 28, 2004
Think your product is the best of 2004? Submit your best for the 2004 Products of the Year.
- June 25, 2004
The latest storage services report from Gartner shows that HP has slipped behind in the Americas region.
- April 30, 2004
Hundreds of users at the Storage Decisions conference are using disk-based backup technologies now or plan to implement them over the next 12 months.
- April 22, 2004
IT managers are loosening the purse strings and buying decisions are coming out in favor of tape storage.
- April 07, 2004
The SNIA's End User Council has a bone to pick with vendors and it's getting organized in its effort to be heard.
- March 25, 2004
Want to stay on top of SATA technology developments? We've assembled a list of several SATA-based systems and products that have been announced during the past few months.
- January 23, 2004
TechTarget's exclusive 2004 spending research found that many of the nearly 750 IT professionals surveyed have some reason for optimism.
- January 02, 2004
Founder and Consulting Analyst of the Taneja Group, Arun Taneja sees 2004 as a cleansing year for the industry.
- December 30, 2003
The editors of SearchStorage.com and Storage magazine sat down this past fall to assess the best products of 2003.