Is Green IT Dead?
In many cases it costs money to go green, and the return on that power efficiency investment takes time
Sonnet Cuts Prices
Sonnet offers significant savings on award-winning Fusion F2 portable storage systems
Quantum Cuts Staff, Expenses
Quantum cuts workforce and other expenses while continuing to increase investment in data de-duplication and replication
Nanotubes & Memory
University researchers are trying to develop a nanodevice for data storage by using carbon nanotubes
Is Your IP PBX Secure?
VoIP faces net threats and internal malfeasance, but there steps you can take to lock things down.
Is Disk Backup Green?
The challenge is that adding disk in almost any form is going to require additional power consumption when compared to backing up to tape
Brocade Reports Q4 Results
Q4 revenues of $398.5M, GAAP net income of $38M, or $0.10 per share, and net income of $75.8M, or $0.20 per share on a non-GAAP basis
Aruba Posts Loss, Will Cut Staff
The wireless LAN vendor posted increased revenue, but its $6.4 million loss is making it join the long list of companies that will be cutting jobs.
Storage Density & Kryder's Law
Improvement in hard-drive storage density has been slow, but there are developing technologies that may overcome current physical limitations
Mosso Releases Cloud Files
Mosso, Rackspace's cloud division, enables cloud files with Limelight Networks's content delivery service
EMC Upgrades Document Capture
EMC Captiva InputAccel 6 and EMC Captiva Dispatcher 6 deliver improvements in speed, ease of use, and service-oriented architecture
Capgemini Partners With Amazon
The company also launched a new group, the Cloud Computing Center of Excellence, to help businesses evaluate and implement cloud services
Datacastle Raises Funds
Datacastle announces Series A financing and new leadership to drive growth of Seattle-based PC data protection company
Asigra Offers I/O Tool
Asigra unveils storage I/O and data validation tool to optimally architect storage infrastructure