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  • Backup software: BakBone upsets in Quality Awards, page 2

    BakBone was the overall winner, but beaten out by CommVault in the product features category of our backup software Quality Awards. 

  • EMC makes Documentum OEM-friendly

    EMC has written an embeddable version of Documentum for OEMs, a move it hopes will expand the market for its content repository technology. 

  • NetApp to acquire Topio

    Six months after EMC acquired heterogeneous replication provider Kashya, NetApp jumps on the bandwagon by announcing plans to acquire Topio for $160M. 

  • Softek rides IBM mainframe wave, plans acquisition

    Data migration software provider Softek is planning to acquire Enigma to boost its mainframe storage software business. 

  • NetApp adds a midrange box, tunes up software

    NetApp adds the FAS3070 to its midrange lineup to compete with EMC's CX3-80 and updates a number of its software products. 

  • Storage vendors polish their wares at SNW, page 3

    EMC upgrades recovery management software, HP unveils a storage blade and VTL gateway for the EVA; IBM sweetens warranty for DS8000; Symantec updates Backup Exec and Ghost. 

  • Storage vendors polish their wares at SNW, page 2

    EMC upgrades recovery management software, HP unveils a storage blade and VTL gateway for the EVA; IBM sweetens warranty for DS8000; Symantec updates Backup Exec and Ghost. 

  • Storage vendors polish their wares at SNW

    EMC upgrades recovery management software, HP unveils a storage blade and VTL gateway for the EVA; IBM sweetens warranty for DS8000; Symantec updates Backup Exec and Ghost. 

  • EMC shuffles channel deck

    A couple of key departures in EMC's channel group are signs the company is standing by its commitment to reorganize and integrate its acquisitions. 

  • Gear6 helps storage caching makes a comeback

    A storage caching appliance from Gear6 serves files up to 50 times faster than from disk, but the new device rekindles old arguments over the risks of an in-band device.