The Infrastruggle

Extending Data Management To The Cloud

Dternity has a solid solution worth considering.

The Persistence of Tape

Even with all the cutting-edge storage technologies, one of the original methods is still viable.

Storage Between Two Worlds

The current fascination with software-defined storage (SDS) isn't really new.

NVMe Flash: No Magic Bullets Here

It has that "new technology" buzz, but isn't a cure-all for your storage environment.

The Question of Data Protection Efficiency

Developing data protection software compatible with any hardware and any workload.

Adaptive Parallel I/O for the Win

DataCore sets another benchmark.

The Need for Ethernet Speed

The move to 100GbE is happening, and sooner than you might think.

Physical Resource Management Holds the Key to IaaS

Enterprises ignore it at their peril.

DRaaS: A Beginner's Guide, Part 2

Whether or not you outsource your disaster recovery, it's still up to you to properly plan.

The Rise, Fall, and Rise, of Virtual Tape Libraries

VTLs have a storied history. Are they about to make a comeback?

The Scourge of 'Software-Defined'

Deceptive marketing, including overpromising, plagues the industry.

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service: A Beginner's Guide, Part 1

Why you still need disaster recovery, despite what some vendors are telling you.

Decoupling Price and Performance in Storage

DataCore's "Adaptive Parallel IO" represents a breakthrough.

4 Possibly Correct Predictions for 2016

Every year, publication editorWhat does Jon Toigo see when he looks into his crystal ball?

Introducing ePAT: The Solution To Your Storage Problems

The new technology that's sure to revolutionize the industry.

Tape Storage: What's Old Is New Again

It can even help you survive the coming z-pocalypse.

Back to the Future in Virtualization and Storage

What's old is new again. Marty McFly would get it.

Object Storage: Is it Soup Yet?

It may hold the key to getting a handle on unstructured data.

Hyperconvergence: Hype and Promise

The field is evolving as lower-cost options start to emerge.

The Software-Defined Storage 'Revolution'

They're not always what they're cracked up to be.

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