Storage Management Featured Articles

Data deduplication: When, why, where and how?
<strong>October 26, 2009</strong> -- The advantages of data deduplication are obvious, but there are a variety of deployment options.
Riverbed accelerates more apps over WANs
Riverbed Technology is prepping the release of version 6.0 of the Riverbed Optimization System (RiOS), the software engine for the company's WAN acceleration and optimization appliances, with a slew of new features for speeding applications and storage traffic over the WAN.
Metalogix: Email archiving for $15 per mailbox
Metalogix recently released the 4.0 version of its Professional Archive Manager (PAM) for Exchange software, and a key lure for end users may be the pricing of the software -- $15 per mailbox, starting at a minimum of 100 mailboxes.
AutoVirt tackles management of Windows file data
Software maker AutoVirt has released version 3.0 of its storage management and data migration software with new features for disaster recovery, business continuity, and archiving in Windows storage environments.
ExaGrid offers bigger backup systems, storage grids
ExaGrid Systems today launched a 10TB deduplicating disk-based backup system and expanded the maximum size of its storage grid to 100TB.
3PAR puts a new twist on thin provisioning
In an effort to keep thin provisioned volumes thin over time, 3PAR today released four new technologies designed to lower the costs associated with storage capacity over time.