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  • Backup school on Whatis.com

    If this is the first time you are asking yourself, "What do I need to backup?" -- Backup School is for you. If you are implementing your first backup software or hardware and need implementation or migration help -- Backup School is for you. If you n... 

  • Is transparent data movement the key to ILM?

    This week: Can you have an ILM strategy without transparent data movement? This news roundup also covers disk-based backup for IP SANs and a new market for Exabyte's VXA-2 tape technology. 

  • Virtual tape offers first step toward disk-based backup

    Maxxan Systems wants to make disk-based virtual tape libraries the de facto standard for backup and recovery -- and they're not alone. A growing number of storage vendors and industry experts believe that tape's days are numbered and that VTL technol... 

  • Veritas upgrades Foundation Suite software

    Veritas beefed up its Storage Foundation 4.0 product suite on Monday by adding a laundry list of new features and functions to the software. 

  • Veritas retires Business Server for new version of NetBackup

    Out with the old and in with the new. Veritas has retired NetBackup Business Server in favor of a new version of NetBackup for medium-sized businesses. 

  • 2004 predictions: What's in store for '04?

    If 2003 was a transitional year in storage, what will 2004 bring? SearchStorage.com takes a look at the next 12 months. 

  • 2003 BRONZE: OuterBay Application Data Management 3.0

    Review of 2003 storage management software bronze medal winner OuterBay Application Data Management 3.0. 

  • Microsoft: Windows no longer misbehaved in storage environments

    Some experts still believe the Windows operating system is too slow and virus-prone to be considered as a data center mainstay when it comes to storage management, but Microsoft begs to differ. Fresh on the heels of the debut of Windows Storage Serv... 

  • AppIQ puts a new face on file-level SRM

    Software startup AppIQ on Monday announced added file-level storage resource management capabilities, heterogeneous device support, provisioning, and backup and recovery management capabilities to its software. 

  • User profile: Small hospital storage manager has big time issues

    As Systems Support Specialist for the Division of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology at the Health Sciences Center in Winnipeg, Canada Robert Hanan has his hands full. Hanan is the only person supporting 380 Physicians, Scientists, Technologists, Techn...