Disk based backup
- June 20, 2005
Enterprise arrays are big storage boxes designed for big companies –- and the competition among vendors keeps getting more intense.
- June 08, 2005
StorageTek unveiled its CAS system, but important features like tape support, broad application integration and encryption are not available in the first release.
- May 16, 2005
Storage administrators often ask what their peers are doing to solve DR problems. However, information of this type is usually difficult to make public. These case studies have a central theme: Increasing data levels and stricter compliance ...
- May 12, 2005
IBM and EMC have reduced the size of their disk-based archiving products to attract smaller businesses, but the price is still high.
- May 06, 2005
CA has increased the virtual volume size of its BrightStor virtual tape to 2 GB to improve performance.
- April 13, 2005
Think you know all of the different disk to disk to tape (D2D2T) backup terms? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up on our disk backup geek-o-meter. How many can you guess without peeking?
- April 12, 2005
With data growing every day, and most IT budgets and staffs at a standstill, users are looking at disk, and its dropping price, as a way to shrink backup windows.
- April 07, 2005
Network Appliance forks out $11 million for virtual tape and continuous data protection software maker Alacritus.
- April 07, 2005
HDS gets in backup with CommVault; Iron Mountain partners with ImageTag; StorageTek Canada to resell BlueArc.
- April 01, 2005
Virtual tape library
- March 23, 2005
ADIC adds partitioning and integration of different media; McData/QLogic build blade switch for IBM.
- March 22, 2005
Severely reduced pricing, plus a bevy of new features, demonstrates that Hewlett-Packard is still planning to fight for its piece of the disk-based archiving pie.
- March 16, 2005
IBM Global Services picks partners for a series of managed data recovery services that use disk-based backup technology to replace tape. Tivoli is nowhere to be found.
- March 11, 2005
FalconStor, eSeSix hook up for data protection; Crossroads reports profit, revenue loss; Xyratex ships millionth test slot.
- March 09, 2005
Continuing its push downmarket, EMC has created bundles of its products to make selling and deploying them to smaller companies easier.