InMage focuses on data continuity February 23, 2005
-- With the release earlier this week of its DR-Scout product, InMage, a start-up led by Brocade co-founder Kumar Malavalli, claims it is making it easier--and more affordable--for mid-tier users to protect their data, as well as consolidate data at remote offices.
EMC adds iSCSI to Clariion arrays February 15, 2005
-- EMC's announcement earlier this week of support for native iSCSI on its Clariion disk arrays is expected to accelerate end-user adoption of iSCSI-based IP SANs.
Deepfile reinvents itself, narrows focus February 8, 2005
-- One of the biggest problems users run into when trying to meet regulatory requirements for unstructured data types (e.g., e-mail and files) is determining what data needs to be saved for compliance purposes and what data doesn't.
STK targets fixed content, compliance February 2, 2005
-- StorageTek this week expanded its write-once, read-many (WORM) capabilities beyond tape to include disk media with the introduction of its Lifecycle Fixed Content Manager (LFCM) 100, a SATA-based disk system for the long-term storage of fixed content and compliance-related data--in particular, e-mail.
ONStor ships low-cost NAS gateway February 1, 2005
-- ONStor last month marked its one-year anniversary with the introduction of its second product, the Bobcat NAS Gateway.
SNIA sets aggressive goals for SMI-S February 1, 2005
-- SMI-S 1.1 will include services for NAS, host volume management, performance monitoring, health/fault management, iSCSI, policy management, and security enhancements.
SMBs address data-protection issues February 1, 2005
-- <i>InfoStor</i> recently took a look at how four small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are tackling their data-protection challenges.
Overland intros software PACs February 1, 2005
-- Overland Storage last month introduced the first in a series of software application PACs, or modules, for its REO series of disk-to-disk (D2D) backup-and-recovery appliances.
Make way for SATA II February 1, 2005
-- Serial ATA (SATA) disk drives took the market by storm last year, and the popularity of high capacity (400GB per drive), low-cost SATA subsystems is expected to continue unabated this year.
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