Technology -> Storage
Tackling the storage provisioning nightmare and business clamour to save costs
Despite ever-growing storage and backup needs, IT departments are always under pressure to reduce infrastructure costs. Pressure also exists to quickly deploy new and (maybe) faster technology as...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 7th May 2015
25 year old 'start-up' Arcserve launches UDP appliance
Arcserve has announced its UDP 7000 series appliances aimed at small and medium businesses (SMB), launching into its biggest market, the US, last week with a roll-out to other regions to follow.
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 13th February 2015
Atlantis USX 2.0 boosts virtual agility with storage teleporting and VVOL compliance
Today, Atlantis Computing released its USX 2.0 software-only storage with Storage Teleport-the equivalent of VMware's vMotion but for storage-along with VVOL compliance. This...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 21st August 2014
ExtraHop goes one hop further taking wire data into Open Data Stream
ExtraHop Networks is expanding the scope of its software to help businesses to exploit the value of the data it collects-for instance by big data applications and specific lines of business...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 19th August 2014
A gift that keeps giving, software-defined storage now showing IT architecture-wide benefits
The ability to choose low-cost hardware, to manage across different types of storage, and radically simplify data storage via intelligent automation means a virtual rewriting of the economics of data.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 5th August 2014
The boring world of storage?
Storage - a world seen by many as slightly less exciting than watching paint dry - has suddenly got interesting. A raft of announcements and acquisitions are showing how storage is suddenly de rigeur...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 27th June 2014
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