Long term archiving

  • April 13, 2009 13 Apr'09

    Hosted email archiving services meets SMB's growing needs

    Hosted email archiving services have matured and are often more reliable than what SMBs can provide onsite. This tip provides questions to ask when evaluating an email archiving product.

  • April 10, 2009 10 Apr'09

    Energy firm tackles tape backlog with Index Engines

    Dominion Resources Services expects to save millions on outsourcing by deploying tape indexing software to manage 20,000 legacy tapes for litigation requests.

  • January 22, 2009 22 Jan'09

    ProStor lands HP vet to run archiving business

    ProStor's new CEO will concentrate on expanding the startup's archive systems business, while his predecessor runs the OEM-focused removable drive business.

  • November 24, 2008 24 Nov'08

    Company digitizes paper records with cloud-based archiving service

    National restaurant chain enlists a cloud-based archiving service provider to turn documents that are overwhelming its warehouses into terabytes of indexed digital files.

  • October 08, 2008 08 Oct'08

    Google offers long-term email archiving for $45

    Google's Message Discovery, based on its 2007 acquisition of email archiving services vendor Postini, has a new option for archiving messages for up to 10 years for a flat fee of $45 per user per ...

  • September 29, 2008 29 Sep'08

    LiveOffice provides email service without costly data archiving

    Companies can sign on for a free seven-day buffer of email from LiveOffice's cloud service to protect them from an email server outage, rather than pay for full-blown data archiving.

  • August 27, 2008 27 Aug'08

    Copan, Quantum automate file archiving with MAID array

    Copan bundles Quantum's StorNext file system with its MAID arrays as both companies try to branch out beyond the data backup space.

  • August 27, 2008 27 Aug'08

    IBM prepares to roll out midrange disk array

    IBM reveals details of a new midrange storage disk array, the DS5000 series, which offers modular upgrade features for I/O, memory and capacity.

  • June 17, 2008 17 Jun'08

    Email archiving latecomer Atempo sweetens deal with file archiving integration

    Better late than never. Backup software vendor Atempo has ventured into the email archiving market by coming out with the first full integration into its product line of intellectual property it ...

  • May 21, 2008 21 May'08

    Archiving news spans the globe

    Busy week for archiving. While EMC was detailing its archiving roadmap in Las Vegas this week at EMC World, IBM was opening an archiving solutions center in Mexico, and U.K.-based Plasmon was ...

  • May 19, 2008 19 May'08

    SME backup products in the spotlight

    Backup software vendors BakBone and CommVault share the same code base -- both platforms came out of work done at the Unix Systems Laboratory when it was owned by AT&T. But in the past week, ...

  • April 30, 2008 30 Apr'08

    RenewData takes a single swipe at tapes

    Even as we continue to debate whether or not tape is dead, indicating at least that its salad days are probably behind it, some of the most interesting innovations in tape technology I've seen are ...

  • April 28, 2008 28 Apr'08

    NetApp researching self-healing, long-term archive

    NetApp is working with researchers at a California university to develop disk-based, low-power self-healing archive hardware meant to last decades.

  • April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    Oracle jumps into archiving; can Microsoft be far behind?

    Oracle is getting into the archiving game with the Oracle Universal Online Archive, which will archive email as well as unstructured files. The product will use Oracle's own database as the ...

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    More SaaS: distribution and the appeal of outsourced archiving

    My previous post about the value-add of online backup got me thinking about another series of conversations I've had recently about data storage SaaS in general (more on the compliance and ...