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December, 2012

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December 27, 2012  4:13 PM

Rogue shadow IT poses security risks



Posted by: Sonia Lelii
online file sharing

Nearly half of employees use online file sharing services even though their companies have a policy against it, according to a recent report conducted by cloud...

December 20, 2012  3:16 PM

IBM to acquire StoredIQ for big data management



Posted by: Sonia Lelii
big data

IBM has announced plans to acquire partner StoredIQ, an Austin, Texas-based software company that specializes in classifying and managing big data, particularly for regulatory compliance and legal...


December 18, 2012  10:13 AM

Startup Exablox says it has funding, NAS product to follow



Posted by: Dave Raffo
Storage

Exablox came out of stealth today by disclosing it has $22 million in funding, but CEO Doug Brockett is only dropping hints about its product until a full-blown rollout next spring. Brockett and director of marketing Sean Derrington


December 13, 2012  6:37 PM

Flash array vendors Whiptail, SolidFire make moves



Posted by: Dave Raffo
Storage

Competition in the all-flash market will grow intense in 2013, and startups Whiptail and SolidFire this week moved to strengthen their companies. Whiptail closed a $31...


December 10, 2012  11:59 AM

Meet the new object storage



Posted by: Randy Kerns
Storage

Object storage is a method of storing information that differs from the popular file storage and venerable block storage that are the most familiar in IT. It is...


December 7, 2012  9:54 AM

Whiptail wants to scale to ‘Infinity’



Posted by: Dave Raffo
Storage

With major storage vendors in various stages of preparation to launch all-flash arrays in 2013, the startups already selling flash storage are working to stay a step...


December 4, 2012  10:40 AM

Considering HP’s single architecture impact



Posted by: Randy Kerns
Storage

Hewlett-Packard has announced a single architecture across storage systems that can span different sizes of enterprises. This is the HP 3PAR StoreServ that now includes the


December 3, 2012  9:33 AM

Holidays are not party time for storage pros



Posted by: Randy Kerns
Storage

The end of the year is a busy time for storage pros as salesman push to meet year-end quotas and IT plans for year-end operations. Year-end operations can involve beginning the processes required to close the books of a company and many other business tasks. For the storage group, it typically...


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