Continuing its strategy of licensing network-attached storage products from Network Appliance, IBM has announced its intention to resell NetApp's FAS3070 hybrid array.
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Network Appliance announced Monday a new storage array model that is intended to compete more directly with the higher end of EMC's midrange arrays.
EMC announced at Storage Networking World this week that it is acquiring data backup and deduplication software vendor Avamar Technologies and is looking to help customers cut their use of tape backup.
The trial involving a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Symantec against Microsoft is now expected to begin in December 2007, according to an attorney familiar with the case.
Users frustrated by EMC's somewhat disjointed sales and service process may get relief in a new project aimed at streamlining more than a score of businesses the storage giant has acquired in recent years.
IBM and Microsoft have agreed to jointly market an email archiving package for pure Windows installations.
Network Appliance Inc. announced Tuesday three new models of its virtual tape library (VTL) products that offer improved performance through hardware-based data compression.
Companies running virtual servers will soon find them easier to back up as the list of software vendors supporting VMware grows, but the cost to backup could vary significantly depending on whether vendors charge a fee based on virtual or physical servers.
Emulex and Intel will announce Wednesday a family of processors that includes support for multiple storage protocols in one device, which could result in less expensive, more flexible storage devices by the first half of next year.
Microsoft yesterday made available on its website a public beta of a new version of its System Center Data Protection Manager backup and recovery software that includes more advanced integrated support of Microsoft applications and tape backup.
Fujitsu Computer Systems Tuesday plans to announce a petabyte-size storage array with native encryption, but some users with high security needs said they are uneasy about the possibility of losing access to their data once it is encrypted.
EMC this week brought out software that it says can help users manage unstructured files. The new tool can help users in efforts to comply with government regulations like the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and HIPAA,. EMC said.
This week, IBM and Sun Microsystems are each announcing encryption built directly into a tape drive, which lets users protect data on tapes in case they are lost or stolen.
Continuing its expansion into content management, EMC announced Tuesday a web content management application geared toward non-technical users.