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.

This week's storage briefs:

StoredIQ Inc. has launched StoredIQ Assessment Services, which help organizations discover and assess unstructured information across data sources, including email; data archiving; content, document and record management systems; and remote desktop environments.

StoredIQ Assessment Services include Data Topology Assessment, Litigation Preparedness Assessment, Records Management & Retention Assessment, PII Risk & Compliance Assessment (PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, etc.) and Custom Assessment Services.

Dot Hill scores patents for AssuredSnap

Dot Hill Systems was granted three new patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, including one that covers certain aspects of its AssuredSnap snapshot software. This brings the company's portfolio to a total of 51 patents, including several for AssuredSnap snapshot and AssuredCopy volume copy software.

Caringo partners with Xerox and Karos Health

Caringo Inc. has revealed partnerships with Xerox Corp. and Karos Health. Caringo's CAStor software will be available for distribution with Xerox's DocuShare Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform to deliver a content storage system for managing large quantities of archived documents at an affordable price. Karos Health, a provider of clinical information exchange software for health care providers, will work with Caringo on a data archiving infrastructure for storing and sharing clinical information.

Index Engines joins EMC Velocity Technology & ISV Program

Index Engines Inc. has joined the EMC Velocity Technology & ISV Program, and released results of joint testing with EMC for Index Engines 3.0 running on EMC's Data Domain backup systems. A single indexing node of the Index Engines 3.0 platform achieved sustained rates of over 1 TB per hour on a Data Domain DD690 storage system, according to the vendors.

LSI, Wichita State combine on data storage research

LSI Corp. and Wichita State University have opened the Center for Storage Networking Research (CSNR) on the Wichita campus. CSNR's research will focus on data storage system advancements in areas such as performance, scalability, energy efficiency and security, and will potentially influence the design and evolution of future data storage systems. The CSNR will operate under the university's Advanced Networking Research Center.

Dexrex Gear forms advisory board

Cloud storage vendor Dexrex Gear has put together a six-person board of advisors consisting of technology advisors Eric Burger and Jeff Peden, compliance advisor Margaret Sperry, sustainability advisor Andrew Stern, operations and finance advisor Richard K. Post and marketing advisor Kwong Chan.

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