The business-friendly solid-state-storage lineup comes in 2.5-inch and M.2 formats with capacities up to 480GB.
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SharePoint Server 2013 and its SharePoint Online complement are both getting an infusion of new features, including changes to their core search, storage and social-networking capabilities.
Google has bought the mobile productivity firm Quickoffice in a bid to make its Google Apps product suite more compatible with various file formats, the search giant said on Tuesday.Quickoffice provides word processing and other office task functions for smartphones and tablets, including those running Google's Android operating system, and iOS-based devices such as the iPad and iPhone.
Chinese search giant announces handset, Changdong H5018, will be manufactured by Foxconn and distributed in conjunction with China Unicom, and will be powered by Baidu's operating system with 100GB storage on Wangpan.
Google Drive, the search company's answer to Dropbox and Microsoft's SkyDrive, will launch next week, according to reports.The cloud storage service will launch with 5GB of storage per user, according to partner press release details seen by The Next Web and reported on Monday.
Autonomy's advanced data search, analysis and augmented reality technology looks set to be integrated across HP's products, including its consumer ones.Technology from Cambridge-based Autonomy should shortly appear in HP's printers; its Personal Systems Groups, which deals in phones, tablets and computers; and the company's enterprise-focused storage and servers, Autonomy's chief executive, Mike Lynch, told ZDNet UK on Tuesday.
Fujitsu has introduced a data storage array with a revamped licensing model and better software for tiering data across different types of drives.The Eternus DX8700 S2 Disk Storage Systems family, announced by Fujitsu on Wednesday and due for general availability in February 2012, is a storage array that can support 3,072 drives in either SAS, Nearline SAS and SSD formats across both 2.
In the age of massive storage, search is the killer app. Surprising that Microsoft - cancelling Bing's cashback feature - can't pay users to use Bing in the middle of Great Recession. Where's the flaw: Bing or cashback?
Does stored data make you a target? Recent events underline the risk of massive data storage: the US Government's continued policy of arbitrary search and seizure of storage devices at the border; and the China-based hack attack on Google and 20 some-odd other companies. Microfiche, anyone?
I mentioned we had a chance to see some things from Microsoft Labs at Mobius 2008 in December and one of those things was the new Microsoft Recite. We were just given early access to the application that will be coming soon as a free utility for Windows Mobile 6.0 and higher users.
A well-built storage appliance with good cross-platform file sharing facilities, the NSS4100 works best when deployed in Linksys One environments.
Storage vendor Hitachi Data Systems launches a new software suite that allows search across network-attached storage and content archive environments.
Microsoft customers are still in search of that elusive goal: a single, unified storage system to simplify the deployment and management of Microsoft's enteprrise wares. And Microsoft officials are still promising it will happen (as they have for years) but not offering any kind of delivery timetable.
Nokia announced a new enterprise focused smartphone today, the Nokia E51, that joins the E90, E61i, and E65 devices. The Nokia E51 looks like an update for the E50 device as it offers users a slim and stylish design for the business professional. The E51 includes integrated Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi (for VoIP calling), a 2 megapixel camera, HSDPA, 130 MB of user accessible storage along with a microSD card slot, and S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1. It also includes software for the enterprise user, including the Nokia Office Tools 2.0 that includes Nokia Team Suite, In-device Search, Quickoffice, Macromedia PDF reader, Zip manager, File manager, and Active Notes.
The Microsoft Code Name of the Day is Cosmos. Cosmos, according to sources experienced in the ways of the orderly, systematic universe, is a forthcoming data storage/processing framework for Live Search.
The SecurDisc data protection in LG's GSA-H55N has obvious appeal to some businesses, although others may do better simply by improving their storage of normal CDs and DVDs.
Search giant launches Google Gears, open-source software that brings offline access and local storage to the Web browser.
Microsoft unveils another glitzy Live Search map today. How about some info on something more useful, say, one of the many expected Windows Live storage and synchronization services? Luckily, the LiveSide.Net guys are on the case.
Today the Google Maps team announced some important additions to the Google Maps product and its API. According to Nigel Tao, the current version of Google Maps now supports GeoRSS (Simple, GML and W3C Geo) formats -- to import a GeoRSS file, simply "search" for the URL of one.
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