HP on Monday launched an enhanced midrange storage array, a new Fibre Channel switch for its BladeSystem servers, a network-attached storage gateway and encryption for its data protection software.
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EMC Tuesday rolled out a new version of its Symmetrix operating system that incorporates security features from its US$2.1 billion acquisition of RSA Security in 2006.
Crossroads Tuesday launched an enhanced version of its database-protection appliance that lets customers protect business-critical data from inappropriate access.
EMC is expected to introduce on Feb. 20 a midrange storage array that is designed for workgroup or departmental use and features both iSCSI and Fibre Channel capability.
MonoSphere Monday unveiled a version of its management software that lets administrators predict the useÂ of storage resources and provision them as needed.
Adaptec Friday launched a new version of its network attached storage appliance, the SnapServer 650, which is designed for data- and performance-intensive applications, including databases, e-mail and video surveillance.
IBM's System z mainframe is a 'rising star' for reliability, security and management, according to a report from analyst firm Ptak, Noel & Associates.
Softek Storage Solutions this week announced enhancements to its storage management software that allow users to migrate and replicate data faster.
Storix on Tuesday introduced software that lets customers back up, migrate and provision new Linux and AIX systems.
Storage vendors have had a busy start to the year, banding together to promote new flash-embedded drive technology while independently devising plans to cram more capacity into smaller disk drives.
Hitachi Data Systems is expected to announce a new storage array in early 2007 that has double the capacity and speed of its existing TagmaStore Universal Storage Platform arrays.
Badly designed Web sites may have negative effects on a user's immune, cardiovascular and nervous systems, a study says.
When you're immersed in storage as I am, it's impossible to ignore the blogs of analysts, vendors and consultants. The blogs written by storage company executives can be surprisingly vendor-agnostic, though the analysts and consultants still tend to pull fewer punches. Here are the 10 best I've come across -- though with the rate at which new blogs pop up, it will probably be time to revisit this list before long.
Virtual Iron is expected to launch a version of its virtualization software that runs on Windows and is 20 percent less expensive than VMware's Virtual Infrastructure 3, according to company claims.
Organizations are woefully unprepared to comply with amendments to the U.S. court system's Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that call for businesses to retain and be able to produce electronic records, recent studies show.