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  • Do-it-yourself storage not for wimps

    Editor's note: Welcome to the first of our weekly columns penned by storage community thought leaders. The opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of SearchStorage.com.


  • SNW '04: SAN-in-a-box for under $10K

    HP, Microsoft and QLogic package an entry-level SAN that they claim can be installed in about 24 clicks. 

  • Hidden costs may lurk in midrange gear

    Midrange products are flying out the door, but analysts advise users to watch out for higher operational costs. 

  • IBM debuts DS6000 and DS8000

    Big Blue takes the wraps off its new high-end storage arrays in New York City but is evasive on price/performance benchmark details. 

  • Storage Clips: StorageTek to unveil disk arrays

    StorageTek to roll out products at user conference; Princeton Softech enhances archiving; Adaptec claims data movement's a Snap. 

  • IBM mid-tier roadmap unclear

    IBM will unveil new products at the high-end of the market next week, which will have implications for its midrange FAStT system, raising questions over its OEM relationship with Engenio and the future of this product line. 

  • Civil action prompts HP user to install RISS

    It took NetBank over two weeks to find an e-mail in response to a legal action. Obviously, its current backup systems didn't cut it. 

  • Sun fills holes in storage lineup

    Sun Microsystems Inc. went to Wall Street to announce five new products including a rebranded version HDS' high-end array, TagmaStore. 

  • What are HDS' key hardware offereings?

    What are HDS' key hardware offereings? 

  • CTOs weigh in on disk-based backup

    Disk-based backup has been making a name for itself over the past year, yet the majority of users are still combining disk and tape in their backup environments. But as the cost of disk continues to drop and its benefits as a backup medium become ...