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  • Users welcome HP shakeup

    Customers and analysts say Carly Fiorina's departure from HP provides a welcome opportunity to shake up the company's storage business. 

  • Storage Clips: RAID Inc. offers data migration

    RAID Inc. offers data migration service for heterogeneous storage; LSI Logic launches SATA II adapter; HP offers long-term storage for hospitals. 

  • Cost savings lure users to tiered storage

    Creating tiers of storage to accommodate less relevant data has helped companies save money, but knowing your data and your vendors is a must. 

  • DR plans stuck on technology

    Users are moving beyond fighting fires to implementing disaster recovery products. However, tying DR to business operations is the hard part. 

  • Consolidate painlessly and save money

    There are three new technologies that can reduce TCO if you are undertaking a consolidation project: blade computing, storage aggregation and iSCSI. Here are some hints on how to get it right. 

  • Over-provisioning a thing of the past

    Vendors see thin provisioning catching on as a way to allocate physical capacity on an as-needed basis. 

  • Storage Clips: Atto adds CommVault, Danz to VTL

    Summary: Atto has integrated backup software from CommVault and Danz into its Virtual Tape Library; LightSand launches SAN gateway for SMBs; EqualLogic wins bank account. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM launches records management service

    Code-named "Blue SOX", IBM's new service offers a Web-based repository for records management. Overland adds software to disk backup app; LSI Logic announces design wins for SAS. 

  • Retailers struggle with data growth

    Dealing with growth, keeping costs down and planning ahead for seasonal spikes are the challenges for IT managers in retail.