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Six storage companies to watch, 07/24/06

The number of enterprise network-oriented start-ups has been dwindling, though storage is one segment of the industry where plenty of newcomers have popped up and continue to emerge.

Network Instruments rolls out probe, write-to-SAN option, 07/21/06

Network Instruments recently introduced its GigaStor-WAN probe appliance that lets users save gathered data to a 2TB, 4TB or 8TB capture buffer or to a storage area network.

Backdating scandal turns criminal, 07/21/06

The criminal charges filed Thursday against former executives of Brocade may be a harbinger of more indictments to come in an options backdating scandal that has already cast a shadow over many high-tech companies.

Storage Blog: Reyes charged with fraud, 07/21/06

Greg Reyes, former chairman and CEO of Brocade Communications, yesterday became the first charged executive in a widening stock options backdating scheme. Reyes and Stephanie Jensen, the former vice president of human resources, had civil and criminal ...

SunGard launches Exchange e-mail services, 07/21/06

SunGard Availability Services this week launched a set of messaging and collaboration services for businesses that want to improve their messaging security and continuity.

IBM aims continuous data backup software at SMBs, 07/21/06

IBM has partnered with an e-commerce services company to sell its continuous data protection software to consumers and smaller businesses.

Storage Newsletter: An unmissable business proposal?, 07/20/06

My name is Dr. Engineer M'alvolio Voldemort, the sun of the deceased Prince M'egadata Voldemort who was untimely died in the late data explosion in my country.

Electronic health records on the rise, 07/20/06

A recent study indicates that healthcare IT will spend $4.8 billion by 2015 to implement electronic health records in their organizations. The size of this market, which is growing in response to a Presidential mandate to create electronic health ...

iPods, UBS storage to gain from Samsung chip, 07/19/06

IPods, handsets, USB flash drives and other gadgets stand to gain from a new 8Gb NAND flash memory chip in mass production at Samsung Electronics chip factories.

Sony unveils its first aftermarket Blu-ray Disc burner, 07/18/06

Sony will begin selling an after-market Blu-ray Disc drive next month that can be added to existing desktop computers.

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