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  • Tech Report: SRM

    This month, storage analyst Jerome M. Wendt's Tech Report takes look at storage resource management (SRM) tools. According to Wendt, SRM tools are taking on new tasks, refining their data and device reporting capabilities and becoming much more close... 

  • Healthcare users struggle with HIPAA

    Healthcare providers, especially small and midsized companies, say HIPAA has made them rethink their approach to storage. 

  • 2005 hindsights; 2006 outlook

    This link will take you to our complete package of key 2005 stories and new articles on what to expect in 2006. 

  • Top five compliance tips 2005

    This link will take you to the Top 5 compliance tips for this year. 

  • Storage Clips: New York notification act goes active

    A New York law similar to California's SB 1386 has gone into effect; EVault named its data turkeys. 

  • Hospital ditches EMC Centera for long-term archiving

    UHCS in Augusta, Ga., is replacing its Centera archiving system from EMC with IBM's GMAS product after performance, reliability and cost issues forced it to seek alternatives. 

  • Storage Clips: Europe approves data retention law

    A newly legislated requirement that data be retained between six and 24 months is likely to take effect by next year in many countries. 

  • Privacy expert calls for action on Specter-Leahy bill

    A UCSD professor and expert in privacy and security says that the IT industry should propose alternatives to the Senate's new data privacy act before it's too late. 

  • Storage Clips: Copan takes on EMC Centera

    Copan has added an archiving capability to its MAID system that will enable it to compete with EMC's Centera. 

  • Data classification: An overview

    Corporate information resources regularly stretch into the terabytes (thousands of gigabytes) with many thousands (even millions) of individual files to contend with -- but the problem is now far more complex than simply "finding files". Finding spec...