The need for secure cloud storage drives the growth of disaster recovery (DR) assurance software.
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IT workloads are increasingly virtualized, and VMware is working to grab a larger share of this growing pie.
Proving that the cloud storage space offers some questionable advertising, Amazon’s Glacier makes some remarkable claims.
Generally, when organizations are deciding how many copies of a file they need on hand, they are really asking a reliability question about the data. And the most common question that follow that is, are two copies on low-cost, low-reliability media better than one copy on enterprise media?
With the latest release of Paragon Hard Disk Manager, it's easier than ever to split and resize partitions for the purpose of separating data and programs. See what the latest version has to offer.
Is Sepaton's product line of disk-only offerings with their focus on data footprint reduction strong enough to bring an end to tape's hold?
LTO technology has been around for many years, and numerous vendors sell products built around it. With LTO-5 released this year and LTO-6 on the horizon, how does an enterprise chose from the myriad product choices?
Long known for its tape automation products, Quantum has added a large disk-based portfolio to satisfy enterprises' preferences.
Most enterprise have dedupe equipment, but not all backup data is being deduplicated. HP's StoreOnce storage technology aims to change this.
Data deduplication has hit the mainstream and nearly all of the major vendors have an offering along with numerous smaller players. Here are 13 dedupe offerings worth a look. At least one is likely to more than meet your needs.
Just when tape was (once again) left for dead, big data has arrived to save the day.
Last week, Spectra Logic held a press and analyst day in Boulder, Colo. These 10 highlights stood out among the news, technology trends and company's pure ambition.
It wasn't long ago that data deduplication was niche player territory. Now, all of the major vendors have a stake. Here are 8 dedupe offerings that stand apart from the crowd.
Bundled appliance offering backup, archiving and disaster recovery aims to remove complexity for mid-market enterprises.
Startup vendor specializes in converged array that marries primary and backup storage along with disaster recovery.
With its hard error rate, low power consumption and cooling costs, and cost per TB, tape remains the best medium for long-term storage. Like any medium, however, tape has a life span and associated limitations.
Backup and recovery is a key part of EMC's business, with five separate product lines making up its Backup and Recovery Systems division. We look at what Data Domain, Avamar, NetWorker, Disk Library and Disk Protection Advisor have to offer.
Tape migration is one of the biggest issues with which storage admin are grappling. It's both difficult and costly, but it is imperative to begin the process with your eyes open, and sooner rather than later.
Everyone hates tape back up, but tape works. Tape is here, unfortunately, to stay a while longer.
Software is designed specifically for protecting data on laptops and other endpoint devices.
The DXi 2.0 software runs on Quantum’s DXi line of disk-based backup and deduplication appliances.
NEC recently announced the HYDRAstor HS8-3000 line of data deduplication systems, claiming twice the throughput of the previous generation.
Sepaton recently began shipping two new models in its S2100-ES2 family of disk-based backup systems, which include global data deduplication.
BridgeSTOR claims data reduction of up to 10:1.
All of the survey respondents report at least one data security incident in the last year.