Storage News & Reviews
Chris Preimesberger, February 07, 2020 12:55 PM
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eWEEK PRODUCT NEWS/ANALYSIS: Stellus describes itself as "the world's fastest flash storage." That, folks, is a rather strong statement, but the company is demonstrating that it can back it up.
eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger will moderate a live panel discussion on new-gen technology being used to cut costs and improve effectiveness in health care IT.
This eWEEK Data Points article is a little more technical than most, but we're running it because these advances in data storage don't come along every day, and they directly impact a growing number of enterprise systems.
eWEEK DATA POINTS ARTICLE: Veritas, a data storage and management provider with longstanding and respected status in the business, is advising businesses running Windows 7 to prepare themselves in order to avoid the impact that vulnerability to ransomware could have on their organizations....
eWEEK DATA POINTS ARTICLE: To meet retention requirements and data minimization best practices, enterprises must put effective policies and processes in place to securely manage what happens to data stored on any device at its end of life, as well as procedures to sanitize data through life....
eWEEK TREND NEWS: A whole new class of technologies--scalable, dynamic, increasingly driven by artificial intelligence--now threatens the status quo once owned by ETL. Here's a historical view of the data integration landscape.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell EMC is moving to the head of the IT class in eco-consciousness, among other important long-range initiatives.
eWEEK PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: Bank of America is moving away from the BYOD concept and may be ready for a new, high-security business-focused smartphone not made by Apple, Samsung or other major producer. Could BlackBerry and Qualcomm be in the right place at the right time?
eWEEK STORAGE ANALYSIS: At Insight 2019, NetApp takes a leap forward in addressing the needs of an increasingly data-driven world.
eWEEK NEWS AND PRODUCT ANALYSIS: All in a day's work: Data memory and chipmaker unveils first 3D XPoint commercial product, new SSDs, a new AI platform and a cloud-based security service.