Data storage backup tools
- October 02, 2007
Iron Mountain picks up healthcare records management firm to continue its diversification into digital records.
- August 14, 2007
All backups produce copies of valuable data that protect an organization against loss, theft, failure and other unforeseen calamities. But traditional "backups" are typically relegated to slow tape or optical media where data is not intended for ...
- April 12, 2007
As online data backup services take off, one early adopter slashed costs dramatically by switching to a newer service on the market.
- January 29, 2007
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.
- December 13, 2006
Symantec issues an alert and patch to vulnerabilities in NetBackup 6.0, 5.1 and 5.0.
- November 21, 2006
This year's Diogenes Labs-Storage magazine Quality Awards for backup software had a come-from-behind winner: BakBone's NetVault.
- November 21, 2006
BakBone was the overall winner, but beaten out by CommVault in the product features category of our backup software Quality Awards.
- July 19, 2006
Data growth and ever-tightening compliance rules are among the factors driving some organizations to turn to service providers for help with backups.
- June 21, 2006
Xiotech claims an up-tick in customer traction in 2006; London hospital deploys BridgeHead archiving software.
- May 09, 2006
Admitting that its support for Enterprise Vault has been a problem, Symantec plans to lean on Dell to sell and support the software worldwide.
- April 04, 2006
Symantec announces PureDisk, a disk-based remote office backup product that eliminates the need for tape at branch offices.
- March 24, 2006
Nearly every leading storage vendor now has a virtual tape library product, and nearly every customer I talk to is interested in VTL or has already implemented it. Okay, so a VTL system emulates a tape library… but what else does it do? Is ...
- March 14, 2006
First Independent Bank struggled for eight months to get EMC's MirrorView to work over a low-bandwidth connection, eventually giving up and using Kashya instead.
- February 16, 2006
After Iron Mountain failed to deliver its tapes during a power outage, a Canadian mattress manufacturer turned to EVault to back up its critical data.
- December 13, 2005
NASA talked about using Constant Data's replication software to monitor Discovery, and what it is hoping new parent company BakBone will do to improve the product.