Expert Analysis
Content posted in June 2003
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Scale8 Flatlines
News  |  6/5/2003  | 
The distributed NAS startup has officially shut its doors. What sealed Scale8's fate?
Revivio Starts Talking Continuously
News  |  6/5/2003  | 
It's boasting of its 'continuous backup' technology, but the product is still months from shipping
FC Fires Up 4-Gig Fiesta
News  |  6/4/2003  | 
In a surprise vote, the FCIA decides to extend 4-Gbit/s Fibre Channel to SAN fabrics. What's next?
Brocade & Cisco: Who's Out of Order?
News  |  6/4/2003  | 
An analyst's criticism of Cisco's FC switch originated with Brocade - and Cisco says it's simply wrong UPDATED 7:30PM
Tacit Turns Up CEO
News  |  6/4/2003  | 
File-caching startup taps Greg Grodhaus, ex-CEO of Inrange, to start making some noise
IBM Plays With Self (Virtually)
News  |  6/3/2003  | 
Set to ship virtualization devices next month, but initially they'll work only with IBM storage
Microsoft Powers Up NAS Play
News  |  6/3/2003  | 
Rolls out Windows Storage Server 2003 for NAS devices. How nervous should NetApp be?
EqualLogic Unfurls iSCSI Flag
News  |  6/3/2003  | 
IP SAN startup says it has a lead over big vendors afraid to eat their own children with iSCSI
New content online
Commentary  |  6/2/2003  | 
Hi folks. We've just published our final installment of our May 29th issue. This week, you'll find an in-depth RFI on wireless service providers by Dave Molta and a workshop on using ZENworks to manage your desktops from afar by...
New look
Commentary  |  6/1/2003  | 
Yesterday I was afflicted with some strange malady affecting my back, so I am forced (forced, I tell you!) to lay comfortably on the couch while everyone else is out fishing or at the park enjoying the sunny afternoon. So...
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