Storage


Most Network Data Sits Untouched

Statistically speaking, most data on enterprise networks rarely gets accessed after it is written to network storage, according to researchers from NetApp Inc. and the University of California (UC). Evidently, we are too busy writing new data to go back over old data.

Which One Is for Production?

Better make sure...especially when you're working with credit card information.

Please Tell Me That Was a DDS-2 Tape

Of all the times to have a backup crisis, it had to be the eve of Y2K.

Microsoft Advisory Targets SQL Injection Attacks

Microsoft on Tuesday issued a new security advisory after the discovery of "a recent escalation in a class of attacks" targeting Web sites.

Majority of Data Breaches Go Unnoticed, Study Finds

Verizon Business reports that more than half of the data breaches on enterprise systems go undetected and are caused by general negligence and lax security.

Making Sure the Backup Backs Up

Testing and backup problems result in an all-nighter for a health care IT staff.

Save Your E-Mail and Save Your World

E-mail archiving and storage that ensure compliance with regulatory standards continue to be an ongoing challenge.

Population Explosion

Or, "The Vacation That Wasn't."

Beta Update of Windows Home Server Offered

Microsoft has begun enlisting the support of beta testers for Windows Home Server Power Pack 1.

Microsoft's High Performance Computing Server 2008 Beta 2 Debuts

Microsoft released High Performance Computing Server 2008 (HPC Server 2008) Beta 2, the next-generation version of Compute Cluster Server 2003.

Windows Home Server Backup Problem Fixed

A bug that caused problems when backing up files in Windows Home Server has been fixed, according to an announcement issued by Microsoft on Wednesday.

Sometimes You Have to Say No

One admin realizes too late that he might have taken more than he could handle.

Always There for You

Hardware and software products use different approaches to high availability.

Brother, Can You Spare a Drive?

On the day they call "Black Wednesday," what didn't go wrong?

Find That E-Mail

Sunbelt Exchange Archiver makes e-mail archiving and retrieval accessible to the rest of us.

Always Open for Business

Follow these best practices to help ensure high availability for your mission-critical applications.

NSA Extends Access Control to Network Storage

The National Security Agency is leading an effort to extend its access control work into the arena of network file storage. The effort involves integrating NSA's Flask mandatory access control (MAC) architecture -- now the basis of Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) -- into the Network File System (NFS) protocol widely used for network-attached storage devices.

Sun-Microsoft Collab Results in Interop Center

Sun, Microsoft are working together to develop a set of guidelines for implementing Exchange Server 2007 on Sun server and storage hardware.

Sybase Updates Encryption Software for Windows Mobile Data

One of the biggest risks enterprises face in rolling out PDAs and smart phones is data getting into the wrong hands if a device is lost or stolen. Sybase Inc.'s iAnywhere business unit today is rolling out software it said will help corporate developers address that threat.

Find that Mail

DigiScope can save you hours of searching for lost e-mail messages.

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