Storage Article Archive:
The storage market, led by EMC, has returned to growth after ‘breaking free’ from market headwinds, according to IDC.
Enrique Salem’s hiring is a smart move for Box, though probably not enough on name alone to put them on the playing field with bona fide BCDR vendors.
This week in On Point, our weekly digest of product and services news, IBM goes cyber-sleuthing, Cisco trots out ESP and Palo Alto revs next-gen firewalls.
The battle is over, the British won and Microsoft Corp.’s SkyDrive is no longer. Say hello to OneDrive.
NetApp emerges from the last quarter significantly better off than its ally Cisco Systems Inc. after the duo’s respective profits went in opposite directions.
Pure Storage is looking arm partners with a business model that changes the way end users buy and maintain their enterprise storage.
Cloud backup specialist Axcient released its first virtual appliance for VMware environments, enabling partners to use customers’ existing hardware to support data protection and recovery tasks. It’s also flirting with a new label for its core value – “recovery as a service.”
HP is continuing to build out its Just Right IT family of pre-configured solutions for SMBs, giving channel partners some new tools to reach high-impact opportunities with their small business customers.
Lenovo announces a raft of additions to its One Channel program and sharpens its focus on server, storage and SMB growth.
Symantec announced its withdrawal from the cloud backup market, but isn’t leaving the segment behind. Rather than providing a hosted service, Symantec is evolving its NetBackup to become a platform for service providers.