Disk based backup
- September 23, 2004
Jerome Wendt looks at tape's new love affair with disk.
- September 20, 2004
Microsoft has announced a disk-based backup and recovery server, but users won't get their hands on it for at least a year.
- September 09, 2004
There are a few holes in disk-based backup systems that have some users worried, and one analyst warns of hidden costs.
- August 03, 2004
A handful of storage vendors will announce Linux- based products at the show in San Francisco this week, but some folk still have reservations
- July 19, 2004
Backup is a bothersome task, but we all have to do it. How does your organization stand in regard to the basics of backup operations? Here's a checklist of 10 areas you should focus on in order to build a more effective backup practice.
- July 19, 2004
In preparation for its product launch this summer, Copan has shifted its manufacturing over to Hitachi OMD, a company that users will be more familiar with.
- June 30, 2004
Dance of the disk drives, Page Two
- June 23, 2004
A fire at its Pennsylvania manufacturing facility put Draka USA's disaster recovery plan to the test
- June 10, 2004
EMC has signed a reseller deal with ADIC to fill out its ILM strategy and has moved all its software divisions, except VMWare, under one roof.
- June 07, 2004
The devil appears to be in the details around the performance numbers of Centera, but EMC is keeping these under lock and key
- June 04, 2004
A Wall Street firm tests HP's archiving appliance for compliance data; plans to migrate from IBM's CommonStore, its incumbent product
- April 16, 2004
A lot has been made recently of disk's emergence as a viable option for backup and recovery. While many of the virtual tape systems, disk libraries and software based disk-to-disk technologies are in their infancy, they're drawing a hard look ...
- April 07, 2004
EMC's new backup system – the Clariion Disk Library – is using virtualization technology from FalconStor in its efforts to end tape's backup dominance.
- April 04, 2004
EMC says its first disk-based backup product -- a retooled version of Clariion -- is a "functional replacement for a tape library."
- March 26, 2004
This week: Network Engines and Bocada launch an appliance that reports the good, the bad and the ugly in the backup process. Also this week, Legato tweaks software for disk-based backup and Fujitsu sells VXA-2 tape.