Disk based backup
- January 21, 2005
StorageTek launches archiving appliance for fixed content and compliance. But can it compete with established players EMC, NetApp and IBM?
- January 20, 2005
Think you know disk storage? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up on our disk storage geek-o-meter. How many can you guess without peeking?
- January 18, 2005
Backup Exec Version 10.0 includes a central control server that allows users to manage and administer multiple instances of the software instead of discrete servers.
- January 17, 2005
To keep up with the growth of virtual tape in the open systems market, sources say IBM may soon be partnering with a software vendor.
- January 14, 2005
Revivio secures $25M in latest round of funding; Sanrad V-Switch preserves video for universities; Bocada reports increased revenue, more funding.
- January 12, 2005
HP is rumored to be working with FalconStor on an in-band virtualization product; ADIC announces Pathlight VX 2.0.
- December 21, 2004
Our experts predict big developments in 2005, including storage interface enhancements, protocol-independent servers and the large-scale adoption of IP SANs.
- December 09, 2004
Cashing in on the wave of interest in disk-to-disk backup, HP has upgraded its Data Protector software to support continuous backups and the ability to recover directly from the target.
- November 18, 2004
Missing tapes, or tapes that don't fit anywhere, are just some of the unwanted surprises users can face when recovering data from a virtual tape library.
- November 15, 2004
ADIC combines disk and tape in same system; HP selects PolyServe storage cluster; Arsenal Digital partners with Peak 10.
- November 04, 2004
The green light to spend again, albeit cautiously, has users opting for the biggest money savers.
- October 18, 2004
This Tech Report gives you everything you need to know about virtual tape libraries.
- October 15, 2004
In our recent survey, disk-to-disk backup got high marks, but respondents expressed uncertainty about how to implement new products.
- September 23, 2004
- September 23, 2004
Jerome Wendt looks at tape's new love affair with disk.