Microsoft adds NAS, SAN features April 28, 2004
-- Microsoft recently released to its OEMs a feature pack for Windows Storage Server 2003 that will enable companies to use Windows-based network-attached storage (NAS) filers in Exchange Server environments. OEMs are expected to ship NAS devices with the feature pack within the next two months.
EMC introduces 'disk library' April 20, 2004
-- Introduced earlier this month, EMC's CLARiiON Disk Library is a disk array that emulates a tape library. (Supported emulations currently include tape systems from ADIC, Quantum, and StorageTek.)
IBM swims downstream with 'baby Shark' April 14, 2004
-- At the Storage Networking World conference and exhibition last week, IBM fleshed out its enterprise-class disk system family with the announcement of a lower-cost version of its TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) 800 "Shark" array.
Fibre Channel SAN vendors woo SMBs April 8, 2004
-- A number of research reports have indicated that the growth of storage area networks (SANs) in large enterprises is leveling off, while the small to medium-sized business (SMB) market represents a potentially huge, untapped market. Not surprisingly, virtually every storage vendor has refocused its efforts on the SMB space, including vendors of products for Fibre Channel SANs.
Start-up spins a 'compelling' story April 1, 2004
-- In a storage market in which point products abound, the idea of being able to buy a services-rich storage system from a single vendor may be welcome news to many end users, particularly those squeezed by tight budgets and demanding data requirements.
New file-sharing options address user demands April 1, 2004
-- When it comes to managing data, IT administrators at digital media, oil and gas, seismic, and chip simulation companies face a common challenge: making sure that authorized users—who can number in the hundreds or even thousands—have quick, shared access to data files.
How does storage fit into utility computing? April 1, 2004
-- Though the concept goes by many names (which can lead to confusion), utility computing is an enticingly simple notion: Buy only the amount of computing/storage you need, when you need it—like flipping the light switch or turning on the water faucet—and respond effortlessly to changing business needs.
IBM offers integrated software suite April 1, 2004
-- Knowing which software tool (or tools) to use to solve a particular data management issue is no easy task, especially in complex IT environments.
Fibre Channel vendors eye SMB market April 1, 2004
-- Storage area networks are mainstream in large enterprises, but SAN adoption in small to medium-sized businesses presents challenges.
Experts offer advice on compliance April 1, 2004
-- After having spent recent years bringing their organizations through large IT initiatives such as Y2K and company-wide ERP implementations, IT managers now find themselves navigating the murky and often uncharted waters of regulatory compliance.
Analyst firm weighs in on backup, recovery April 1, 2004
-- When it comes to backup and recovery, the Enterprise Storage Group (ESG) consulting firm says that organizations may want to take a good look at their plan from a business, not just a technology, perspective.
Alacritech accelerates iSCSI April 1, 2004
-- Last month, Alacritech released its SES1001 iSCSI accelerator card, which speeds up Microsoft's iSCSI Software Initiator via hardware ASICs.
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