Storage


Entry-Level SAN Tool Bows

DataCore says it is shipping an entry-level version of its enterprise resource analysis, monitoring and reporting tool for Windows and storage area networks (SAN).

IT Weekly Roundup, March 3

From the business wires this week: a file transfer client/server for heterogenous environments, SQL Server and Exchange backup solutions, and a site for SOA resources.

One-Image Network

Universal Imaging Utility's single master image can streamline your imaging process.

Worst-Case Scenarios: When Disaster Strikes

Leading IT experts help answer the question: What if?

All Is Not Lost

Mimosa NearPoint provides e-mail recovery in a matter of minutes—not hours.

Virtuozzo Virtualization Software Upgraded to 3.5

SWsoft this week began shipping version 3.5 of its Virtuozzo server virtualization software for Windows.

Editors' Choice Awards: Thumbs Up!

Redmond's resident critics pick their favorites in this year's Editors' Choice Awards.

Reboot Insurance

BootBack's snapshot images help you keep systems running despite fatal crashes or other interruptions.

The Power Inside

As head of Microsoft Research, Rick Rashid leads a team that remains largely anonymous, but whose work finds its way into nearly every product Redmond ships.

All Is Not Lost

When you need to find a long-lost document, dtSearch Desktop delivers quick results.

RX for Windows

The utilities in Winternals Admin Pak can help you get through most of the Windows troubleshooting incidents you'll ever encounter.

Symantec Ships Updates of Backup Exec, Recovery Suite

The same week that Microsoft shipped its System Center Data Protection Manager, Symantec, one of Microsoft’s largest competitors in that space, is shipping its own first product that embraces continuous data protection.

Microsoft Disk-Based Backup Product Generally Available

Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, a new disk-based backup and recovery server for Windows file servers, became generally available on Tuesday. Several partners are rolling out hardware and software based on DPM to coincide with the launch.

Microsoft's First, Best Customer: A Q&A with Microsoft CIO Ron Markezich

More than 300,000 devices. About 10,000 servers, 2,000 IT staff and the same number of contractors and vendors. The most attacked network in the world. Meet the man responsible for keeping it all going.

What I Beta Tested on My Summer Vacation

Microsoft beta products: A look at what's coming, when it's coming and why you should care.

Data Protection Made Easy

System Center Data Protection Manager 2006 (DPM) lets you go beyond the Volume Shadow Copy Service to the next level of backup capability. Learn how you can use DPM to better protect your data.

Data Protection Manager

Bill Boswell covers Microsoft's DPM in his last column as <span class="a11">Redmond</span> says a fond farewell to its favorite Windows Insider.

EMC Debuts Petabyte-Sized Storage Array

EMC will begin shipping in September what it claims is the largest, fastest and most scalable high-end storage array in the world.

Veritas Upgrades High Availability Storage Package

Veritas Software said it will ship next month the latest version of its high availability storage management solution for Windows.

6 Steps to a Simpler Network

There's a saying in IT that "complexity is the enemy of security." It's also the enemy of efficiency, troubleshooting and other critical network functions. Here are six ways to untangle that crowded web you've weaved.

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