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Articles by Matthew McKenzie
posted in June 2010
The more powerful your smartphone gets, the more likely you are to use it to store important business data. And that means paying closer attention to a couple of important storage security concerns.
The biggest hard disk on the market just got a lot bigger.
Mobile storage is a double-edged sword. Most small businesses can't work without the ability to take sensitive customer data outside the office from time to time.
Looking for a cheap, easy to use Web-based storage provider? If the number of companies now offering such services is any indication, you're not alone.
Storage resource management (SRM) sounds like one of those things that only an enterprise should worry about. But today, nothing could be further from the truth.
Two startups are both looking to make a big splash in the storage market. And if they succeed, the ripples are bound to reach into the SMB space before very long.
Guess who's coming to the cloud storage party? Nah, that's too easy. These days, it's harder to guess who isn't coming to the cloud storage party.
The idea of a "SAN in a box" might sound crazy. But a lot of vendors are making it a very practical approach for budget-minded SMBs.
Bigger desktop hard drives are on their way. But if you want to buy one, you'll need a lot more than just an empty slot in your PC.
Faster, smaller, and cheaper is the PC industry's favorite mantra. And when you're talking about laptops, the ability to pack more stuff into less space is an especially big deal.
What do you get when you cross traditional hard disk and solid-state disk technology? One of the most interesting desktop storage innovations in a long time.