The demand for storage never ebbs and companies like EMC and NetApp are poised to benefit. EMC is the largest storage player in the enterprise and has key consumer assets such as Iomega and Mozy. Storage touches everything from the data center to that iPod in your pocket. A key trend: Solid state drive adoption. Other key players: Seagate, Sandisk and Western Digital.
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It's a paradox: we are down to 2 1/2 disk drive companies, but seeing more innovative disk drives then we have in years. Thin drives; hybrid drives; helium filled drives. Why?
The intended merger of Drobo, of almost management-free storage fame, and Connected Data, the brand-new maker of an innovative backup appliance, is good news for weary storage users.
The tea leaves get a sharp look-see every year around the time of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference. Many see signs of a new Mac Pro.
Targeted towards tablets and Ultrabooks, Seagate's latest hard drive is described to be as thin as "four stacked credit cards."
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The enterprise world is sitting on a disaster waiting to explode, based on a new survey from the U.K. cloud company.
If your small business has been ignoring the need for data protection and archiving, here are three new cloud-based and on-premises options to consider.
UPDATED. The file storage service, open to SMB and enterprise customers, suffered an outage on Thursday. But it's a testament to the company that it communicated well and recovered quickly.
Value pricing with datacenter reliability
A commenter on an earlier post said they wouldn't use Bitcoin until they could do things like pay a restaurant. Well, now you can - and the restaurant doesn't even know it. Here's how.
Storage startup launches an updated version of its hybrid NAS/private cloud solution.
The hard drives are designed specifically for scale-out datacenter deployments.
The broadcasting company's tapeless digital archive project burned through taxpayer money and caused nothing but "chaos," according to a new report.
By up to 25 percent, the company says.
The U.S. IT company sees value in the mobile document signing company.