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  • HDS adds SAN muscle to archive

    Hitachi Data Systems integrates its archive software across its product line and adds important new features, including replication, data deduplication and security. 

  • Healthcare firm picks cheaper CAS over EMC Centera

    ZirMed plans to replace part of its tape backup with upstart CAS player Caringo, founded by the developers of EMC Centera. 

  • EMC users discuss records management woes

    An EMC Documentum user group discusses issues from how to build a single records management system, how to manage PST files and how to satisfy legal discovery requests. 

  • Tape restoration firm accelerates restores

    National Data Conversion uses Index Engines technology to speed up tape restores for litigation. 

  • ISPs fear SAFETY Act retention requirements

    Storage experts and the ISP trade association say the murkiness of the bill's language could open up dangerous territory in records retention and storage growth. 

  • Lawyers discuss e-discovery gotchas

    During panel sessions at Legal Tech, lawyers provided their insights into the e-discovery process, retention policies and helping judges get up to speed. 

  • Judges speak candidly on new e-discovery rules

    The new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, updated in December, have brought e-discovery front and center of litigation proceedings, upping the ante for storage managers. 

  • Symantec unveils Storage Foundation 5.0

    Symantec announces Storage Foundation for Windows 5.0, which adds multipathing and testing features; it also preannounced an earnings drop on disappointing Veritas sales. 

  • Storage Outlook '07: Seeking better backups and archives

    Tom Becchetti, senior infrastructure engineer for a major national financial services company, says compliance, backup and archiving will be top priorities in 2007. 

  • Symantec blames piracy for Veritas licensing snafu

    Symantec says that software counterfeiting is throwing a wrench in tech support and delaying upgrades to Backup Exec 11d, according to online reports; FRCP rules take effect.