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  • You knew it had to happen sooner or later

    Marriott's lost tapes are just the latest in a string of high-profile storage snafus. But with plenty of viable security solutions available, there's simply no excuse for these very public blunders. 

  • Storage Clips: U.K. lotto overhauls storage

    U.K. lotto turns to Glasshouse for help overhauling its storage network; Samsung is sending out samples of its Blu-ray discs to European media reviewers. 

  • BMC buys into continuous data protection

    IT management firm BMC partnered with DR startup XOsoft to sell CDP technology as part of BMC's backup software. This is the latest in a string of recent partnerships by major systems vendors around CDP, but IT pros are still trying to sift through t... 

  • Data leaks and losses abound

    Whether it was a government Web site exposing sensitive data or a bank losing a tape with 90,000 customers' Social Security numbers in the past week, there have been plenty of data security snafus. 

  • Storage Clips: NetEx, Telestra team on global WAN

    The two companies put together a network that will meet the terabyte-plus daily transmission needs of an unnamed Fortune 1000 customer. 

  • Marriott breach spotlights internal data security

    Experts say Marriott's recent data loss shows that internal data security controls may be lagging at many companies, and offer tips on how users can protect themselves better. 

  • Storage Clips: Imation announces e-mail archiving appliance

    The new box archives to both disk and tape; two industry partners announced a new search product for mainframe data; Unitrends announced recovery for SMBs. 

  • Quantum jumps into security fray

    Quantum announced new security capabilities for its tape libraries that will begin appearing next quarter. But for users waiting for full native encryption, it'll be at least another year. 

  • Storage Clips: Quantum beefs up security

    Quantum is the latest to jump on the storage and security bandwagon; Mimosa nets more financing, adds execs. 

  • Data on failed disks worries users

    Increased regulation and security scrutiny has users struggling with new problems, such as data on failed disks sent off site for repair.