[April 30, 2010] EMC's Global Marketing CTO sees solid state drives, the cloud and Ethernet as the future of storage networking.
Can EMC Romance SMBs?EMC wants to buy Iomega, but not with Iomega's planned buy of ExelStor. What's EMC after?
[December 3, 2009] The digital future will require a level of file and data integrity that doesn't exist today, but there are some possible solutions.
[July 16, 2009] Sun Microsystems is partnering with BridgeHead to help hospitals store and manage data a move that just might get the company some healthcare stimulus dollars.
[May 15, 2009] Data storage vendors are forming partnerships and repositioning themselves in hopes of getting a piece of the electronic medical records stimulus spending.
[March 19, 2009] In this case study, a financial services company freed up employees mired in e-discovery requests by turning to a better data archiving solution.
[January 12, 2009] A recent court ruling gives companies another reason to worry about the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).
[January 5, 2009] The global financial meltdown and Democratic control of the White House and Congress will likely mean new corporate accountability regulations and more work for storage administrators.
[April 17, 2008] From iPods to USB memory sticks, consumer storage devices present potential security threats, and companies have sprung up to fill the need.
[March 10, 2008] EMC has offered to acquire Iomega, its latest play for dominance in the fast-growing consumer and small business storage market.
[December 20, 2007] The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are forcing companies to adopt e-discovery solutions and processes, and storage vendors are all too happy to help.
[July 5, 2007] Compliance and e-discovery concerns are attracting scores of startups to the e-mail archiving market. Can they all survive?
[June 29, 2007] New amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure make e-discovery everyone's business. A look at what organizations should consider in implementing an e-discovery policy and shopping for an archiving solution.
[November 7, 2006] Just when you thought you had a grip on regulatory compliance, along come new federal rules requiring companies to produce documents in legal cases or face stiff penalties.
[September 22, 2006] The storage giant's acquisition of RSA is the latest move in its ambition to become a general IT vendor.
[August 24, 2006] Clearwell's E-mail Intelligence Platform is saving clients of one law firm big bucks.
[July 13, 2006] With the growth of fixed content far surpassing all other kinds of data, storage managers face quite a challenge getting a handle on all those files that never change once they're created.
[June 9, 2006] Low-cost tiered disk storage is one way to get a handle on fast-growing fixed content data.
[November 18, 2005] HIPAA compliance can be threatened by anyone with an easy-to-conceal thumb drive. One hospital found a solution to the problem.
[May 8, 2003] Sandial Systems announces its entry into the storage networking market with what it claims is an innovative 'backbone' approach.
[March 3, 2003] Storage Area Networking (SAN) Switches were a bright spot in IT spending last year, with worldwide sales growing 15% to $954 million, according to a new report by Dell'Oro Group.
[November 13, 2002] Acquisition will allow Adaptec to enter the NAS market.
[June 12, 2001] The storage sector promises a cross-section of new technologies, deals, and competitive synergies.