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  • Questions fly as EMC Retrospect fades

    All signs point to the end of life for EMC's Retrospect backup software for small businesses. Sources say the company cannot support an SMB software channel. 

  • New storage IPOs report losses

    Of the 2006 "graduating class" of storage IPOs, two reported losses this week in their first quarter as public companies. 

  • Best storage products of 2006 revealed

    Our annual Storage Products of the Year feature highlights some hidden gems in the data classification and remote data protection area. 

  • HP fills in gaps with product updates

    HP announced updates to several of its products, but analysts are wondering what its ultimate strategy will be for storage virtualization. 

  • HDS to acquire Archivas for up to $120M

    HDS will acquire archiving software partner Archivas for close to $120 million, stepping up its effort to compete with EMC in this market. 

  • EMC to announce major refresh at RSA show

    EMC will use the RSA Security Conference next week to kick off a major refresh of its storage products and announce new integration with IP from last year's acquisitions. 

  • Users question Brocade-McData roadmap, eye Cisco

    Lingering questions over Brocade's plans for integration with McData have some users evaluating products from Cisco more carefully. 

  • Brocade unveils McData integration roadmap

    McData's directors and FICON routers will remain separate product lines for now; McData's SAN management software will replace Brocade's Fabric Manager. 

  • IBM improves data recovery process for TSM users

    Tivoli Storage Manager 5.4, released this week, establishes a disk cache for most recently backed-up files, improving the slow restore times associated with the product. 

  • Vendors: Cut the hype, truth is what sells

    Storage virtualization technologies have been purchased and implemented successfully for years. The rest of the IT infrastructure must try to catch up and, ultimately, the only thing not virtualized within the data center will be the last guy standin...