Robin Harris

Harris has been working with computers for over 35 years and selling and marketing data storage for over 30 in companies large and small. He introduced a couple of multi-billion dollar storage products (DLT, the first Fibre Channel array) to market, as well as a many smaller ones. Earlier he spent 10 years marketing servers and networks. After leaving corporate life he founded TechnoQWAN, a consulting and analyst firm. He also developed StorageMojo into one of the top storage industry blogs. Robin writes, consults, coaches and lives in Sedona, Arizona.

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Ricardo Bilton writes for ZDNet's The ToyBox.

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Why Seagate bought Xyratex

Why Seagate bought Xyratex

Xyratex is the best storage company you've never heard of. The completion of their acquisition by Seagate signals a new emphasis on quality and a focus on the business market. Here's why.

published April 1, 2014 by

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Buy a 180TB array for 6¢/GB

Buy a 180TB array for 6¢/GB

After five years, the folks at Backblaze are back with a completely redesigned Storage Pod. The V4 is faster, better AND cheaper. And open source, so you can build your own. Here's what you need to know.

published March 19, 2014 by

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HDBaseT in your future?

HDBaseT in your future?

I don't know about you, but wireless connections aren't reliable for me. Which is why my office and living room are a rat's nest of cables. But something called HDBaseT could fix that. Here's how.

published March 11, 2014 by

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Making mobile storage energy efficient

Making mobile storage energy efficient

Flash storage takes power to write - a 20 volt jolt to each cell - but needs almost none to maintain. The real power hog is the inefficient storage software stack that eats 200 times the power required for the hardware.

published February 19, 2014 by

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