- October 20, 2005
According to storage consulting firm Contoural Inc., a third of Fortune 500 companies save all e-mail, a third delete some messages and a third don't know what to do.
- October 12, 2005
Microsoft posted private citizens' data online to help reunite families in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, raising concerns over privacy in these extraordinary circumstances.
- September 15, 2005
After Hurricane Katrina destroyed its office building in Gulfport, Miss., one company used Ontrack to recover data from hard drives it thought were beyond salvaging.
- August 16, 2005
Newmark hooked up a DR site in New Jersey using Xiotech's TimeScale replication product, claiming EMC offers no more "bang for the extra bucks."
- May 27, 2005
Summary: If you missed Storage Decisions in Chicago, not all is lost. We've gathered the slide presentations and more right here for you. So take a look and see what you missed.
Sponsored by HPE - Data-driven organisations aim to capitalise on emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and advanced data analytics. As data volumes continue to grow exponentially, they are focused on future-proofing their IT architecture without undergoing a major upgrade to accelerate digital transformation. See More
Sponsored by HPE - Historically, organisations knew what they were getting for their money when they purchased specific capacity and performance with storage platforms. But thanks to advances in storage technologies and data reduction capabilities, new features such as deduplication and compression have changed the landscape and ultimately muddied the waters. See More
Sponsored by HPE - In a competitive global economy, decision-makers don’t have the luxury of throwing resources at an IT infrastructure that is incapable of responding dynamically to business needs. See More
Sponsored by HPE - Organisations wanting to succeed in the digital era focus on eradicating application disruption and cutting out downtime. To achieve this, many are switching to cloud-based predictive analytics and machine learning to prevent problems with their virtualised infrastructure that might otherwise affect customer service, profit and reputation. See More
- May 26, 2005
Users at the Storage Decisions show in Chicago this week are talking about DR and replication strategies, and specifically about which technologies they are evaluating and why.
- April 15, 2005
Rarely does one get a chance to equate the storage industry to Maurice Sendak's classic children's tale "Where the wild things are." But, let's give it a shot.
- March 25, 2005
Three outages on its StorageTek SAN led the U.K. broadcaster to add a Kashya appliance to harden its disaster recovery infrastructure.
- February 02, 2005
Users are moving beyond fighting fires to implementing disaster recovery products. However, tying DR to business operations is the hard part.
- November 22, 2004
Two companies' DR plans both leave out replication tools from EMC and Veritas, but that's where the similarities end. Where they diverge is in the hardware vs. software approach.
- November 08, 2004
ExaGrid and EqualLogic unveil grid-based storage with integrated backup and recovery software cutting down operational costs, the companies claim.
- October 05, 2004
Symantec's LiveState Recovery bare metal restore software products couple snapshots and security features, but can it compete with the big players?
- July 07, 2004
Most disaster recovery offerings are way too expensive for small companies to even consider. But a handful of startups have spotted the gap and are targeting their products squarely at this niche.
- July 06, 2004
Disaster recovery planning encompasses everything from brief network outages to cataclysmic events. Responsible disaster recovery planning, on the other hand, is all about what's likely to happen and what a specific organization stands to lose if a ...
- February 10, 2004
Out with the old and in with the new. Veritas has retired NetBackup Business Server in favor of a new version of NetBackup for medium-sized businesses.