Storage Virtualisation Solutions and Services

Email Alerts

Register now to receive news, tips and more, delivered to your inbox.
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy
  • Messages of bravery and comfort from VMware

    Billy MacInnes finds a contradiction in the messages coming out of senior management at VMworld 2014 

  • A seismic shift is about to hit the SAN

    VMware says VSAN will simplify storage in the virtual environment. If this is simplifying things, what happens when they try to make things hard? Nick Booth takes the temperature among VMware-watchers 

  • What's in store for storage in the year ahead?

    Federica Monsone, director at A3 Communications, finds out from her clients just what they think will happen in the world of storage in 2014 

  • Storage may be boring - but it matters and makes money

    Fujitsu’s Craig Parker says we should remember that storage performance is vitally important to the performance of virtualised datacentres. 

  • Moving virtual storage to the cloud

    Parallels' John Zanni shares some guidelines for hosting firms who want to enhance their offerings with cloud-based storage. 

  • Selling storage to the SME sector

    Comms-care's Darren Briscoe looks at some SME storage scenarios and explores how resellers can leverage this market. 

  • Column: How will you celebrate world backup day?

    Some cynics said it would never take off, but World Backup Day has really caught the public's imagination. 

  • Column: Toilet paper as a storage metaphor

    It's not often we get toilet references in MicroScope, understandably so, writes Billy MacInnes. Usually, if people are talking about technology they like to make references to aerospace engineering. 

  • Column: The messy case of the recovery discs

    I find the story of Microsoft's legal action against retail giant for allegedly creating and selling over 94,000 counterfeit copies of Windows Vista and XP intriguing, writes Billy MacInnes. First, there's the bizarre idea that a largish retailer se... 

  • Helping customers avoid information overload

    by Martyn Christian, CMO, Kofax In today's modern world, information floods in to companies in a number of different forms. Data from emails, invoices, purchase orders, and so on, all needs to be captured in order for a company to have a complete ov...