Crammed full of features and packing Intel’s heavy duty Ivy Bridge Xeon processor, this is Iomega's fastest storage appliance yet.
With high expansion potential, the PowerEdge T420 is the Swiss Army knife of pedestal servers.
Qnap’s TS-1270U-RP makes 10-Gigabit storage networks more affordable for SMBs and delivers an impressive performance in our lab tests.
Dell’s updated PowerEdge R815 introduces AMD’s latest Opteron 6300 CPUs to its 4P server platform.
Qsan’s first storage appliance to combine NAS, IP SAN and cloud backup operations. Is it better thanNetgear’s ReadyDATA?
Broadberry delivers the first Windows Storage Server 2012 appliance and we bring you the lowdown on Microsoft’s storage-centric OS.
IBM’s System x3550 M4 rack server combines E5-2600 Xeon power with a new energy efficient design.
The ProLiant DL560 Gen8 is HP’s first eighth generation quad-socket server. In this exclusive review we see if its new Xeon E5-4600 system is the perfect 4P powerhouse for data centres.
We take a look at the Ubuntu smartphone OS, which will be available for Nexus handsets, and ask if it has the potential to be used in the business environment.
Multi-Gigabit security appliances normally command premium prices but WatchGuard’s XTM 535 breaks with tradition by offering a high performance at SonicWALL beating value.
Fujitsu goes head to head with Dell and HP in the Xeon E3 entry level server market and comes out the winner by a country mile for value.
If you can’t afford to have your critical systems down for more than two hours then DataFort’s Hi-5 can make your businesses a success rather than just another sad statistic.
This NAS box is powered by an Intel Atom chip and comes with a capacity of up to 8TB. But is the DS213air worth the £250 price?
HP’s biggest 2P server to date boasts a mighty chassis which combines a high storage capacity, support for E5-2600 Xeons and excellent remote management.
This Fenway rack server targets heavy-duty enterprise apps and combines quad E5-4600 Xeons and a 1TB memory capacity. There are a few compromises but at this low price we think they’re acceptable.
With support for Intel's E5-2400 Xeon processors and a low power draw, the CyberServe R13044BB is good value, even if the remote management features are a tad on the light side.
The SonicWALL NSA 250M Wireless-N appliance offers SMBs and remote offices an extensive range of tough gateway security measures, but the cost can add up quickly.
This Ready To Go (RTG) system starts at just under £2,000, so if you need an affordable Xeon E5-2600 rack server with next day delivery, the RX-2280i is for you.
HP’s ProLiant DL380 is one of the world’s most popular rack servers.
This multi-node server packs a massive rack processing density and at a shade under £10,000, it's a highly cost effective alternative to blade servers.
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