• January 15, 2010 15 Jan'10

    Storage roundup: Bocada extends backup relationship with IBM to enable data backup reporting

    IBM extends its deal with Bocada to enable backup reporting; KOM data archive appliance is certified by CommVault; Index Engines indexes 1 TB of data per hour on EMC Celerra NAS.

  • December 23, 2009 23 Dec'09

    Enterprise data storage beyond 2010: What's cooking in academic R&D labs

    Storage vendors have partnerships with universities for early research on the next decade's technology. EMC, NetApp and LSI give us a peek inside their academic research programs.

  • December 14, 2009 14 Dec'09

    EMC adds replication support to Data Protection Advisor

    Expanded Data Protection Manager goes beyond backup reporting with support for EMC's replication applications, as well as handling data deduplication and integrating with VMware's vCenter.

  • December 10, 2009 10 Dec'09

    Storage Roundup: 3PAR adds autonomic policy management for storage arrays

    3PAR Policy Advisor for Dynamic Optimization automates volume distribution; EMC to resell Axxana 'Black Box'; Verari Systems ships Emulex OneConnect universal adapters.

  • December 03, 2009 03 Dec'09

    Storage roundup: StoredIQ introduces Assessment Services

    StoredIQ adds Assessment Services to help organizations with compliance and eDiscovery; Dot Hill secures snapshot patent; Caringo partners with Xerox.

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      The NetApp SteelStore Cloud Backup Appliance: A Deep Dive

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  • November 05, 2009 05 Nov'09

    Brocade SAN gear certified for Oracle bundles

    Brocade SAN gear certified for Oracle bundles; Dot Hill rolls out storage systems with solid state drives (SSDs); CommVault qualifies Permabit's archiving platform.

  • October 27, 2009 27 Oct'09

    Signs point to licensing problems as Apple discontinues ZFS development

    A post on an Open Solaris mailing list by a Sun executive indicates licensing issues are behind the discontinuation of a ZFS development project by Apple late last week.

  • October 26, 2009 26 Oct'09

    EMC lays out data archiving and eDiscovery plans

    File and SharePoint archiving for the SourceOne product line is still waiting in the wings, while EMC positions the Kazeon acquisition to take on Autonomy in eDiscovery.

  • October 22, 2009 22 Oct'09

    EMC cautiously optimistic about storage spending

    EMC's profits were down compared with last year's third quarter but up from the second quarter of this year, leading it to forecast modest recovery in storage spending in 2010.

  • October 15, 2009 15 Oct'09

    Storage roundup: Mimosa, NetApp combine for Exchange archiving

    Mimosa and NetApp hook up to tame Microsoft Exchange; ProStor extends its removable disk backup platform; Overland Storage adds to its automated tape library family.