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  • 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... 

  • Managing the data deluge

    All too often, storage is simply taken for granted. After all, the price of storage has dropped from approximately $100 in 1997 to around $0.10 last year. 

  • Bucking the trend in tough times can bring its own problems

    If you talk to people at Citrix you can't escape the impression that whatever the conditions elsewhere in the industry or the wider world, life is pretty good at the vendor right now.The channel's not doing too badly out of it either judging by one o... 

  • Desktop virtualisation is not so easy PC

    Having attended VMworld and Citrix Summit in the space of a week, one of the main impressions I came back with was that for all the talk about desktop virtualisation over the past two years or so, it is turning out to be a bit more complex and expens... 

  • Not everything is virtual at VMworld

    As more than one observer has already remarked, this year's VMworld Europe event in Copenhagen was occasionally like a conference in reverse. This was most obviously manifested in the fact that the keynote from VMware CEO Paul Maritz was delivered on... 

  • Steve Jobs: business genius or football manager?

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs has a reputation for being tough but the latest anecdote about the less than perfect launch of its MobileMe online service in 2008, shows that a brutal boss can also be, intentionally or otherwise, quite funny. According to a... 

  • Baffling headline: StorageCraft Releases ShadowProtect Granular Recovery for Exchange v6.1

    What can it mean? 

  • Is Seagate about to launch a hair dressing service - in the cloud?

    Seagate has sent this picture and a sparsely worded invitation to an event. 

  • The ups and downs of the SME market

    Today's announcement of a new business range of Drobo products from Data Robotics, based on its BeyondRAID technology that allows users to mix and match drives, is another instance of a company moving up from the consumer and very small business into...