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  • Ministry loses faith in EMC Clariion

    Burdened by service fees, Joyce Meyer Ministries dumped its two Clariion arrays and is now praising the joys of self-management with Magnitude arrays from Xiotech. 

  • Strategic Vendor Series: Network Appliance

    NetApp is placing its bet on grid storage, Linux and iSCSI for 2005. Will it be lucky? 

  • HDS offers EMC users extra functionality

    Buy a TagmaStore, virtualize all your EMC storage and get new features, proposes HDS. But be aware that you are then locked into Hitachi, analysts say. 

  • 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. 

  • Ten misunderstood IT terms

    In storage, even the simplest of terms can get confused. Check out our list of commonly misunderstood terms and see if you're on top of the IT word game. 

  • Storage Products of the Year

    Put the kettle on and open a fresh packet of biscuits. You are in for a treat. Here is a definitive list of the best storage products of 2004. 

  • Reporter's Notebook: Configuring an EMC AX100

    If an intern can do it, so can I. Right? I got my chance, plus a lot more, during a recent trip to EMC's campus in Hopkinton, Mass. 

  • Users ditch optical for faster disk

    Slow performance has reminded users that optical disk is not designed for quick file access and is better left for archiving. 

  • Storage Clips: StorageTek certifies BlueArc, ONStor

    BlueArc, ONStor products join StorageTek partner program; Amerivault adds replication service; Avamar partners with Plasmon. 

  • IDC results reflect trend for low-cost storage

    EMC and HP duke it out for the No. 1 spot, while storage users buy more low-cost gear, dropping the overall revenue growth of the sector.