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.

Ricardo Bilton

Ricardo Bilton writes for ZDNet's The ToyBox.

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NSA spying poisons the cloud market: survey

NSA spying poisons the cloud market: survey

A PriceWaterhouseCoopers survey revealed that 54 percent of German companies find the cloud risky after learning of NSA spying. An earlier study by PwC found that 84 percent of CEOs were confident about cyber security. If they only knew the truth.

published November 7, 2013 by

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Is Apple busting your iPhone?

Is Apple busting your iPhone?

The New York Times' Catherine Rampell asked if Apple is trying to bust your iPhone to get you to upgrade. While it may benefit Apple – and every other company – to make old products obsolete, there are bigger forces at work.

published October 29, 2013 by

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A 160 TB disk drive?

A 160 TB disk drive?

About every 10 years hard drive technology bumps into the laws of physics. And for the last 50 years scientists and engineers have figured out ways around it. 3-D recording may be the next bit of magic.

published October 15, 2013 by

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Why thin disks don't matter

Why thin disks don't matter

Thinner disk drives - such as Seagate's new 5mm drive - are the last gasp of an old strategy: making drives smaller. It won't work. The future is elsewhere.

published September 19, 2013 by

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