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Start-ups push storage with a twist

Oct 13, 20032 mins
Data Center

Latest storage news.

Start-ups push storage with a twist, 10/13/03

A handful of storage start-ups are developing software that will let users guarantee the integrity, authenticity and rapid accessibility of large amounts of data at a fraction of the cost of traditional …

IBM execs see changing focus on security with rise of WLANs, 10/13/03

IBM executives offered their perspectives on what they say are distinct changes in security focus at corporations and government brought on by events such as the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks …

IBM airs ‘utility’ wares, 10/13/03

IBM last week continued to fill in its utility computing puzzle by introducing a variety of products, services and partnerships all designed to let companies more quickly deploy and more efficiently …

Hitachi enhances storage connectivity, 10/13/03

Hitachi Data Systems last week introduced new data protection software and a variety of storage enhancements aimed at making it easier for users to manage, scale, protect and retain their storage …

Oracle launches database for under $1,000, 10/08/03

Hoping to grow its business by reaching into new markets, Oracle launched an edition of its database software Wednesday priced for small and medium-sized businesses.

The catch in on-demand computing, 10/07/03

What is wrong with the idea of on-demand computing?

Who can deliver on-demand IT?, 10/09/03

As the interest in on-demand computing continues to rise, this is a good time to take an early look at who will be the suppliers and which of them will likely win the hearts and minds of IT managers.  Here is one way to look at it.