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  • Survey: IT spending back from the dead

    TechTarget's exclusive 2004 spending research found that many of the nearly 750 IT professionals surveyed have some reason for optimism. 

  • Best storage Products of the Year 2003

    Nominate your company's Best storage Products of the Year 2003! 

  • Analyze That: Fibre channel switch market

    As part of our "Analyze that" series, President of DragonSlayer Consulting, Marc Staimer dissects the fibre channel switch market. Marc shares insights on who this sector's major players are -- their strengths, weaknesses and delineates the competiti... 

  • Survey: SANs top IT shopping lists

    According to a recent survey, the percentage of IT shops moving to networked storage is overwhelming and, within the networked storage pool, SANs 'are clearly the winner.' 

  • VC firms generous with specialized storage companies

    A number of small, specialized storage companies have managed to amass millions in venture capital in recent days and months -- a notable feat in a not-so-good economy. 

  • IDC, vendors suggest storage market is rebounding

    Storage systems, tape, software and switch makers have all experienced revenue growth in their respective markets, but does the success of recent months signal a rebound in the storage market? 

  • Tape market bounces back

    The midrange tape market plunged in 2001, but according to a report from one analyst, shipments of the so-called "super tape" drives more than doubled in 2002. 

  • Best storage products of the year

    The editors of and Storage magazine sat down this past fall to assess the best products of 2002. 

  • Blow those bells and whistles elsewhere, users want reliability

    As budgets get tighter and storage gets more expensive, IT pros get tough with vendors. 

  • Take two aspirin and manage your storage

    Managing all that storage is giving the average user a splitting headache, according to an exclusive survey. Unfortunately, they say it will take a lot more than a couple of aspirin to relieve the pain.