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Use clustered NAS to tackle mountain of unstructured data

Marc Staimer, president of Dragon Slayer Consulting, discusses the pros and cons of clustered network-attached storage (NAS) and the vendors in the NAS market in this FAQ. Listen to the mp3 podcast (text of interview below). What is clustered NAS and

Posted in Data Storage, NAS

Open-E announces Open-E Data Storage Software V6

Open-E, Inc., a leading developer of innovative storage management software, today announced the general availability of its sixth generation Data Storage Software (DSS) V6 IP-Storage operating system. The new DSS V6 storage management software, with a new architecture, user interface

Posted in Data Storage

ReadyNas Vault – NAS-Linked online Disaster Recovery

ReadyNAS Vault software connects ReadyNAS systems to an enterprise-class Web-based storage infrastructure. You determine what you want protected and ReadyNAS Vault automatically and securely copies it offsite. ReadyNAS Vault software is tightly integrated into ReadyNAS storage systems, so you can

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Startup Pranah Brings Enterprise Storage To SMBs

Startup Pranah Storage Technologies has entered the SMB storage market with a channel-only appliance, with a software stack that includes most of the top enterprise storage features. Pranah’s new 2000 series storage appliance includes a purpose-built hardware box combined with

Posted in Data Storage

Western Digital vs Seagate: two storage giants

PC World has a comparison between Western Digital and Seagate, comparing their internal, external and home theatre products: When it comes to storage, Western Digital and Seagate are perhaps the two most recognisable brands in the market. They rival each

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