Compuverde vNAS

Not all SDS solutions are the same though, and Compuverde's vNAS offerings stand out as not only truly flexible..

QSAN XCubeSAN X3226D

The latest XCubeSAN XS3200 series takes this to the next level by delivering high-performance all-Flash storage at a price..

StorMagic SvSAN 5.2

StorMagic's SvSAN is an ideal solution for distributed environments as it pushes storage resiliency to the network edge but..

Toshiba PX02SMB160 Enterprise SSD

Indeed there are good arguments today that in many situations SSD storage offers greater reliability and integrity than spinning disk.

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WD Sentinel DS6100 Windows Server

This imposes operational restrictions on such businesses - and servers fall firmly in this category. The benefits of server deployment..

IBM Storwize V7000 Gen2

IBM's Storwize V7000 Gen2 overcomes these issues as this clustered, storage virtualisation platform has been designed from the ground up..

CloudSpeed Eco SATA SSD

The four models all target slightly different sectors: the top-end CloudSpeed Extreme is aimed at large databases such as are..

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ILM makes a comeback

The classical discipline of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is not something that gets much of an airing in these days..

Gone but not forgotten

Despite the European GDPR coming into effect in 2018, the business community is still coming to terms with the need..

Big data gets bigger

After the Iron Age and Industrial Age, we are now well into the Information Age. Global economies are shifting..

Pressure sensitive?

The flood of digital content, internet traffic, Big Data and eCommerce has had a dramatic effect on data centres..

Safe and sound

The number of data breaches has risen considerably in recent years. According to one source (see boxout), a quarter..

This year's model

Cloud's appeal has always been closely linked to the "pay-as-you-go" model. Rather than spending big initially on hardware and software,..

Data access for all?

Businesses are feeling tremendous pressure to ensure their organisation is data-driven in order to remain competitive. Yet C-Suite surveys..

Storage wars

Massive amounts of enterprise data are generated every day, and organisations are now faced with two choices: an on-premises..

Survival of the fittest

Neil Armstrong's "one small step" in 1969 marked a new era in space exploration. Most likely unbeknownst to Armstrong,..

Making history

I recently read a fascinating article about how a new process called 'cyber-archaeology' is helping us to save some..

Flash in the pan?

Most technologies enjoy a shining moment in the media spotlight. Currently, the cloud is enjoying such limelight, being perceived as..

Dark matters

Instead of accepting the issue of Dark Data as inevitable and unavoidable, we at M-Files Corporation argue that businesses..

The surveillance squeeze

Closed circuit television (CCTV) has been used for surveillance purposes since the 1940s, but it was only in the..

Frictionless security

Once upon a time, information security was much easier. Our most important information was printed on paper and locked..

Inheriting issues

The management of legacy data has become a critical business issue for organisations both large and small across all..

Backup to the Future

When it comes to data protection, most people don't have a clue. Many do not take the time to perform..

To infinity.. and beyond?

In September 1977 the Voyager probe was launched into space to collect data about the outer planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus..

Check the small print

If you have fought off those constantly knocking at your IT department door insisting that Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is..

Big data - no big deal?

Businesses are coming under growing pressure to utilise their data to give them a competitive edge. It is no surprise..

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Unity active archive launched

Unity Active Archive integration allows Unity to automatically archive unstructured data with policy-based guidelines into this secure, hardened archive. Organisations..

Nimble HPE deal

Nimble's predictive flash offerings for the entry to midrange segments are complementary to HPE's scalable midrange to high-end 3PAR solutions..

Skyhawk soars with PCIe SSD

Western Digital Corporation have introduced the new SanDisk Skyhawk NVMe-compatible PCIe SSDs, which offer advanced NAND flash storage, a..

Keeping an eye on data demands

With the new Xcellis Application Director E, customers in low camera-count environments can now run video management systems (VMS)..

8tb sata ssd range from micron

Micron has introduced the Micron Enterprise 5100 Series SATA solid state drive (SSD) family. With an 8-terabyte (TB) capacity,..

All-flash NAS from Synology

Capable of handling over 200,000 IOPS in 4k random writing with RDMA technology enabled, the FS3017 is ideal for..

2TB SSD for the data centre

The two terabyte version of its Nytro XM1440 M.2 non-volatile memory express (NVMe) SSD is the highest-capacity, enterprise-class M.2..

Hybrid cloud data protection

Acronis Backup 12, Acronis Backup Cloud, Acronis Monitor, Acronis Storage and Acronis Notary are based on the company's new..

HDS passes Strathclyde test

Based in Glasgow, Scotland, the University of Strathclyde is one of the UK's top 20 research-intensive universities, with more..

New HDD series

The AL14SE is Toshiba's latest 10,500 rotations per minute (RPM) HDD to support 12.0 Gbit/s SAS and 512n sector..

Host managed SSD tech from OCZ

HMS technology enables Host controls over internal SSD background processing tasks that were previously not exposed to host-level software...

ArcticBlue joins Deep Storage

ArcticBlue leverages the company's BlackPearl hybrid storage architecture and Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR) disk media, creating an object storage..

HGST disks capture black holes

HGST's HDDs are the first and only helium-filled HDDs in the world. The hermetically sealed Ultrastar HDDs being used..

Panasas scales-out hybrid NAS

ActiveStor 18 increases scalability to more than 20 petabytes (PB) and 200 gigabytes per second (GB/s) by adopting 8 terabyte..

EFD for mobiles

"From North America to China, consumers are demanding higher and higher capacity storage," said Christopher Bergey, SanDisk's vice president and..

The tough get going

LaCie, the premium brand from Seagate, announced today that its Rugged Thunderbolt storage solution will be available in a..

Sandisk ushers in

Built using open source software, SanDisk's InfiniFlash storage system delivers massive capacity, extreme performance, and superior reliability to big data..

6TB enterprise capacity HDDs

The new SAS interface models provide the benefits of 12Gbit/s SAS transfer rates and enhanced power management features for seamless..

Dot Hill expands Ultra series

The high-density AssuredSAN array includes high performance 4004 controllers, affording up to 6400MB/s of sustained read performance.

The..

'Changing the economics of cloud'

Seagate has unveiled its 'revolutionary' new object-based storage drive— the Seagate Kinetic HDD. Based on the Seagate Kinetic Open..

Storage simplicity for SMBs

The Seagate NAS and NAS Pro lines also introduce a new intuitive operating system, NAS OS 4, together with hardware..

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Be prepared

The EU GDPR is considered the toughest piece of privacy regulation in the world. It will transform how personal data..

GDPR: time is running out

If you still haven't heard about the upcoming GDPR, you clearly don't work in an office that receives emails from..

Redefining flash performance

David Tyler: AccelStor is a relatively new name in the UK: what makes the company stand out in an increasingly..

A flexible friend

David Tyler: Our last issue included a very positive review of your XCubeSAN XS3226D product: were its conclusions - affordable..

A lesson in backup

Archway School is a comprehensive school in Stroud, Gloucestershire, with approximately 1,200 students aged between 11 and 18 years old...

Relieving the data pile-up

Britain is home to 30 million vehicles, which travel 241 billion miles every year and are involved in 12,000 accidents..

The world's longest shortlist

The 14th annual Storage Awards will take place at London's Grand Connaught Rooms on the evening of June 15th, 2017...

A disruptive influence

David Tyler: You recently announced a number of key additions to your expanding portfolio of what you have described as..

Ready to go?

If you're a CIO, you'll be hard pushed not to already feel the pressure of the General Data Protection Regulation..

NVMe: why the fuss?

Vendors across the storage and network industries are rushing to integrate the NVMe (non-volatile memory express) protocol, regardless of the..

Staying on course

Early 2017 saw the launch of Mein Schiff 6, the newest cruise ship in the TUI Cruises fleet. The IT..

Is your storage AI-friendly?

Just as PCs have transformed the way we do business over the last several decades, the advent of artificial intelligence..

At your service?

With the ever-increasing demand to make constrained IT budgets stretch further and still maintain comprehensive and robust services, reducing expenditure..

Mind the gap

Ransomware has emerged as the most serious malware threat of the 21st Century, with criminals projected to extort US$5 billion..

ILM makes a comeback

The classical discipline of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is not something that gets much of an airing in these days..

The medium is the message

Storage industry experts have predicted that the digital universe could grow to more than 40 zettabytes of data in 2020...

Better B2B with Beta

Focused around leading edge and disruptive technologies, Beta provides a comprehensive range of products, solutions and services to address today's..

Targeting digital preservation

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a series of five historical museums (IWM London, IMW North, IWM Duxford, the Churchill War..

Exacting change

For sci-fi film buffs, Star Trek: The Voyage Home was, arguably, not the franchise's finest outing yet it features an..

The Flash difference

Tegile Systems solutions have enabled Bolton College to enhance the performance of its data storage environment and consolidate its volumes..

State of play

The report explores the choices faced every day on the ground by those responsible for storage rollouts to appropriately address..

Bigger isn't always better

Everyone is familiar with tier one brands: household names, worldwide organisations, thousands of employees and constantly in the news. They..

Gone but not forgotten

Despite the European GDPR coming into effect in 2018, the business community is still coming to terms with the need..

A refreshing change

There was a time when IT hardware innovated so rapidly that companies had to replace their entire IT infrastructure every..

Nimble HPE deal

Nimble's predictive flash offerings for the entry to midrange segments are complementary to HPE's scalable midrange to high-end 3PAR solutions..

The truth is out there

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is a global network of more than 190 investigative journalists in more than 65..

Unity active archive launched

Unity Active Archive integration allows Unity to automatically archive unstructured data with policy-based guidelines into this secure, hardened archive. Organisations..

The final straight

We are now just a couple of weeks away from the biggest event in the storage calendar: the fourteenth annual..

Scaled-out architecture with SSD

The Micron SolidScale architecture provides customers with the agility to deploy next-generation, cloud-native applications while supporting legacy applications that run..

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Redefining flash performance

David Tyler: AccelStor is a relatively new name in the UK: what makes the company stand out in an increasingly..

Bigger isn't always better

Everyone is familiar with tier one brands: household names, worldwide organisations, thousands of employees and constantly in the news. They..

Be prepared

The EU GDPR is considered the toughest piece of privacy regulation in the world. It will transform how personal data..

Staying on course

Early 2017 saw the launch of Mein Schiff 6, the newest cruise ship in the TUI Cruises fleet. The IT..

ILM makes a comeback

The classical discipline of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is not something that gets much of an airing in these days..

NVMe: why the fuss?

Vendors across the storage and network industries are rushing to integrate the NVMe (non-volatile memory express) protocol, regardless of the..

At your service?

With the ever-increasing demand to make constrained IT budgets stretch further and still maintain comprehensive and robust services, reducing expenditure..

The medium is the message

Storage industry experts have predicted that the digital universe could grow to more than 40 zettabytes of data in 2020...

A disruptive influence

David Tyler: You recently announced a number of key additions to your expanding portfolio of what you have described as..

Is your storage AI-friendly?

Just as PCs have transformed the way we do business over the last several decades, the advent of artificial intelligence..

A refreshing change

There was a time when IT hardware innovated so rapidly that companies had to replace their entire IT infrastructure every..

State of play

The report explores the choices faced every day on the ground by those responsible for storage rollouts to appropriately address..

GDPR: time is running out

If you still haven't heard about the upcoming GDPR, you clearly don't work in an office that receives emails from..

Relieving the data pile-up

Britain is home to 30 million vehicles, which travel 241 billion miles every year and are involved in 12,000 accidents..

Exacting change

For sci-fi film buffs, Star Trek: The Voyage Home was, arguably, not the franchise's finest outing yet it features an..

The final straight

We are now just a couple of weeks away from the biggest event in the storage calendar: the fourteenth annual..

The truth is out there

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is a global network of more than 190 investigative journalists in more than 65..

Scaled-out architecture with SSD

The Micron SolidScale architecture provides customers with the agility to deploy next-generation, cloud-native applications while supporting legacy applications that run..

Mind the gap

Ransomware has emerged as the most serious malware threat of the 21st Century, with criminals projected to extort US$5 billion..

Better B2B with Beta

Focused around leading edge and disruptive technologies, Beta provides a comprehensive range of products, solutions and services to address today's..

A lesson in backup

Archway School is a comprehensive school in Stroud, Gloucestershire, with approximately 1,200 students aged between 11 and 18 years old...

Ready to go?

If you're a CIO, you'll be hard pushed not to already feel the pressure of the General Data Protection Regulation..

Gone but not forgotten

Despite the European GDPR coming into effect in 2018, the business community is still coming to terms with the need..

A flexible friend

David Tyler: Our last issue included a very positive review of your XCubeSAN XS3226D product: were its conclusions - affordable..

Targeting digital preservation

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a series of five historical museums (IWM London, IMW North, IWM Duxford, the Churchill War..

The Flash difference

Tegile Systems solutions have enabled Bolton College to enhance the performance of its data storage environment and consolidate its volumes..

The world's longest shortlist

The 14th annual Storage Awards will take place at London's Grand Connaught Rooms on the evening of June 15th, 2017...

Unity active archive launched

Unity Active Archive integration allows Unity to automatically archive unstructured data with policy-based guidelines into this secure, hardened archive. Organisations..

Nimble HPE deal

Nimble's predictive flash offerings for the entry to midrange segments are complementary to HPE's scalable midrange to high-end 3PAR solutions..

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