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The company unveiled a host of new products--including many with animal names--at EMC World.
As researchers find new uses for big data--like personalized cancer treatment--it could result in a data explosion larger than anyone has predicted.
The world is adopting cloud storage, but will they be disappointed when it is not able to keep up with computations? Is parallelism the answer?
Both FreeNAS and OpenFiler offer solid options for open source NAS, with FreeNAS having a few advantages in regards to management and ease of use.
The VC funds keep pouring into storage startups, this time one that leverages OpenStack to 'cloudify' storage infrastructures.
Big Blue zeroes in on the hottest trends in enterprise IT with new XIV arrays, an updated data compression appliance and private cloud storage software.
What are the factors that are causing SAN storage to fall from dominance, and what does the rise of appliances mean for the storage industry?
Enterprise data storage provider blends cloud file sharing capabilities with the security and manageability of on-premise storage management.
Cloud storage cannot replace POSIX file systems fully, so various technologies will need to co-exist.
Big Blue sets its sights on legal e-discovery in its quest to grow its Big Data solutions portfolio.
EMC seeks to widen its cloud storage platform's appeal with the addition of Amazon S3 support.
Data in the cloud needs to be encrypted, which means businesses must understand how to safely handle the keys to that encryption.
These seven new firms have attracted venture funding and look fairly promising.
With the debut of its new Flex System V7000 hardware, Big Blue offers improved storage utilization and management on its PureSystems line of integrated IT systems.
Permabit helps enterprise storage OEMs combat the capacity crunch of ballooning backups.
A look at Big Data application languages, data access functions, file systems, and even the OS.
Server virtualization continues to pose serious challenges for storage systems and the administrators that maintain them. Much of this is due to how storage intensive server virtualization is is. Learn what you can do to mitigate the bottleneck.
The storage industry was not immune to the recession, and a variety of of storage technologies have been killed, shelved or delayed in the past four years. Some are now finding new life. These key 4 technologies are slowly resurging, but the delays around their development and acceptance will be felt for a long time.
As the recessions drags its way to a close, many enterprises have upgrade needs and budget to spend in an environment that has seen little innovation. Deciding whether to go with a forklift or incremental upgrade is not a choice to be made lightly.
Desktop virtualization makes it easy for workers to access their files and applications any time, anywhere, through any intranet or Internet-connected device. This means there's no cutting corners when it comes to storage. The good news is that with these five products, you won't have to.
Henry Newman revisits his 2011 predictions for the storage industry and prognosticates about 2012 and beyond.
From hybrid hard disk drives and HPC to tape and midrange neglect, storage analysts weigh in on what they love and hate in the industry today.
Paragon Software is taking a targeted approach to fill in the gaps left by device and equipment makers. The storage and backup firm is focused on migration and compatibility.
Thanks to many years of government investment, most of the major storage developments have occurred in the United States. With few ground-breaking changes on the horizon, will the United States hold the lead or will another nation take the reins?