- January 05, 2009
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center storage admin Michael Passe is evaluating EMC's Atmos for cheap, dense archival storage.
- November 10, 2008
EMC rolls out its policy-based information management system for the clouds to help customers control large amounts of information that can be accessed by their users worldwide.
- November 06, 2008
The idea that the human race has a global brain or a composite consciousness isn't a new one. It's at least as old as the Transcendentalist movements of the 1800's, and the rise of computer ...
- October 30, 2008
Rackable Systems added another prong to its storage line today, after revealing its intention to divest in the RapidScale clustered file system it bought with TeraScale in 2006 and partner with ...
- October 20, 2008
Over the last few weeks, I've written a couple of stories about how the current global economic crisis is being projected to impact the storage market. While users say they don't anticipate much of ...
- July 28, 2008
Last week, we saw a good bit of rain falling on cloud storage's parade. First there was another Amazon outage. Then it came to light that a cloud storage site called The Linkup (nee MediaMax) has ...
- July 22, 2008
The biggest difference between the last time S3 crashed and this time, in my observation, is that there was a much, much bigger chain reaction this time around. Last time, I knew of only a few ...
- April 23, 2008
HP Upline crashed this week, just a few days after it was launched. As Chris Rock once said, "Grand opening, Grand closing." The crash of such a brand-new service isn't as impactful on end users as ...
- February 21, 2008
EMC acquired Pi Corp., a company with Microsoft roots that was still in stealth, and has formed a new cloud computing business unit around it.
- October 11, 2007
Responding to pressure from newcomers to the storage SaaS market, Amazon announced yesterday that its S3 online storage service will offer a monthly uptime SLA of 99.9%, effective from Oct. 1. This ...
- July 12, 2007
As hosted storage gets hot, an insurance broker and an ISP are among the businesses now trying to attract new clients by offering storage software as a service.
- March 22, 2007
TeraCloud has introduced a pay-as-you-go pricing model for its SRM software that includes the ability to run at least one level of the package for free--indefinitely. TSF Express, newly introduced ...