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March 14, 2014  1:08 PM

Google Finally Follows Yahoo!’s Lead, Drops Storage Prices

Posted by: Sharon Fisher
backblaze, box, cloud, cloud storage, google, google drive, icloud, skydrive

It took almost a year, but the other shoe finally dropped. And so did the price of Google online storage. In May 2013, Yahoo! announced that all users of its Flickr online photo storage service would get a

August 31, 2013  9:18 AM

Will This Year’s VMworld Be Its Swan Song?

Posted by: Sharon Fisher
cloud, tucci, vmware

The virtual world was made real this week, as anybody who was anybody was in San Francisco, the site of this year’s VMworld conference for VMware. But there were more clouds in the air than the city's traditional summer fog. As always, such conferences feature a lot of new products,

November 1, 2012  10:00 AM

Sandy Tests Data Centers’ Disaster Recovery Skills

Posted by: Sharon Fisher
amazon, cloud, disaster recovery

Though there have been a number of data center outages associated with the Sandy megastorm, and it's not over yet, what may be most surprising is how little disruption it actually caused -- particularly in comparison to the

December 31, 2011  10:00 AM

Storage Predictions for 2012 Roundup

Posted by: Sharon Fisher

It's as much a New Year's tradition as champagne and confetti: Computer industry predictions for the upcoming year, and storage is no exception. (Of course, the e-discovery crowd had their

June 18, 2011  10:08 PM

Executives Leery, Disappointed About Virtualization, Cloud

Posted by: Sharon Fisher
cloud, survey, symantec

Vendor surveys are always dicey; it's remarkable how often survey responses just happen to line up perfectly with the vendor's product line. But Symantec's survey on Virtualization and Evolution to...

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April 6, 2011  6:35 PM

So What is CDMI, Anyway?

Posted by: Sharon Fisher
cdmi, cloud, snia

CDMI stands for Cloud Data Management Interface and is an industry standard defined and controlled by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA). "The SNIA CDMI architecture standard defines the functional...


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