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  • Tech Roundup: Compliance archiving tools

    An archiving strategy for compliance is multifaceted, forcing users to integrate storage systems with data classification and content management software to stay compliant. 

  • Use compliance as a technology driver

    Compliance regulations are a great way to convince your higher-ups to invest in new technology. Finally, something to thank Enron for.

     

  • HP slashes price for disk-based archiving

    Severely reduced pricing, plus a bevy of new features, demonstrates that Hewlett-Packard is still planning to fight for its piece of the disk-based archiving pie. 

  • Startup Kazeon promises deeper file management

    Kazeon Systems has plans to ease data classification with a technology that finds and classifies unstructured data based on the content in the files. 

  • IBM DS8000 gaining ground

    The Dutch Chambers of Commerce recently chose the new IBM DS8000 over an EMC Symmetrix, principally for its partitioning capabilities. 

  • Centera name game

    EMC quietly announced the rebranding of its Centera Compliance Edition to Centera Governance Edition, to more accurately reflect trends in the market, it claims. 

  • EMC improves Centera search facility

    Via an OEM deal with Fast Search and Transfer, EMC will speed up the time it takes to access Centera files. 

  • NetApp: 'We're not interested in going EMC's route'

    Dave Hitz, founder of NetApp, talks about the migration to SpinOS, Centera vs. SnapLock and why it has no plans to start acquiring nonstorage companies. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM steps up compliance push

    IBM helps partners build compliance practices; Engenio signs OEM deal with Huawei in China; FilesX offers tapeless backup. 

  • HP kills OpenView SAN manager, OEMs AppIQ

    HP is scrapping its internally developed storage resource management software and instead will license a standards-based product from AppIQ.