• Backup 2014: Acquisitions, spinoffs and cloud-to-cloud emerge

    Backup 2014 included breakups as Symantec divorced itself, acquisition as EMC picked up cloud-to-cloud backup and additions as Hitachi Data Systems got into disk backup.

    ehannan165 pointsBadges:
  • VersaStack, FlashStack are more reasons why Cisco won’t buy EMC

    Keep Cisco off the list of possible EMC suitors -- Cisco is too promiscuous a storage player to tie itself exclusively to one partner.

    Dave Raffo4,825 pointsBadges:
  • EMC Syncplicity takes a wider view of file sharing with Panorama

    EMC Syncplicity adds Panorama for end users looking to manage online storage on mobile devices from multiple repositories.

    Sonia Lelii1,715 pointsBadges:
  • EMC backup changes planned around convergence, ViPR

    EMC backup executives detail plans to merge Avamar and NetWorker backup applications and fit Data Domain into its software-defined storage platform.

    Dave Raffo4,825 pointsBadges:
  • VP dishes on EMC products and ‘invigorating’ competition

    Chief of EMC's Core Technologies Division talks about changing storage buying patterns and how technologies like flash, cloud and hyper-convergence affect EMC.

    Dave Raffo4,825 pointsBadges:
  • Spanning Cloud Apps’ channel outlook following acquisition by EMC

    Spanning Cloud Apps was bought by EMC two months ago. The company's vice president of sales explains what that will mean to channel partners.

    Lynn Haber1,710 pointsBadges:
  • EMC tailors data protection products for app admins

    EMC wants to make its data protection products -- including Data Domain, Avamar, NetWorker, Vplex -- more appealing to non-backup administrators.

    Dave Raffo4,825 pointsBadges:
  • What is Data Domain Boost and what is it used for?

    SearchDataBackup Senior Site Editor Andrew Burton explains what EMC's Data Domain Boost software is designed for, how it works, and which products it supports in this Expert Answer.

    Andrew Burton220 pointsBadges:
  • Server PCIe flash cache trend catching on with storage vendors

    EMC heads list of major storage vendors jumping on the server-based PCIe flash cache trend to reduce latency and supply higher bandwidth for read-heavy, I/O-intensive applications.

    Carol Sliwa1,120 pointsBadges:
  • VDI, SQL Server draw Boston Scientific to EMC XtremIO

    Boston Scientific adopted EMC XtremIO all-flash arrays for VDI then SQL Server databases; chief architect hopes to expand to general-purpose storage.

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:

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