Software-defined storage offering up to five times more efficient claims company
Project could help big data become future-proof
Tech giant updates storage management portfolio amid job cuts news.
Jane McCallion reports from the third day of the San Francisco IT Press Tour.
Ailing SSD maker is thrown a lifeline by Japanese vendor.
Storage vendor uses three-day conference to flesh out its flash ambitions.
Storage giant ups ante in ongoing legal tussle with arch-rival.
SSDs remain more expensive than spinning disks. But storage makers are developing clever ways to mix and match them, to cut costs.
WD’s Sentinel DS6100 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials offer an interesting network storage proposition to SMBs.
Storage giant sues former employees that have left to work for competitor.
Storage giant hints at new flash offerings to be unveiled later this year.
Flash memory player showcases Flash fruits of recent acquisition activity.
HP brings 16Gbps Fibre Channel to the masses with the affordable and expandable MSA 2040.
Storage giant confirms provisioning and management tool will be generally available on 27 Sepember.
Storage giant uses Speed2Lead event to announce arrival of new Flash-optimised storage arrays.
IT leaders need to start working in favour of the information explosion rather than against it, warns Mark Samuels.
Memory vendor claims to have put 1TB on a chip that's smaller than a postage stamp.
Optical media is still relevant, claims Sony.
Google Drive doesn't have the same features as its rivals cheap and is a good fit for firms using Google Apps.
Dropbox is probably the most famous cloud storage service and some new features make it even more attractive.
Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Galaxy S4: Do you need to upgrade?
Government plans to get 2.7 million people online by 2016
Android 4.4 KitKat - Tips and tricks to boost performance
Windows Phone 8.1 released for developers
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