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Microsoft Windows Storage Management

  • June 26, 2006 26 Jun'06

    Microsoft kills standalone WinFS file system

    Microsoft has pulled the plug on one of Bill Gates' pet projects just over a week after he turned the technical mantle of his company over to Ray Ozzie.

  • May 19, 2004 19 May'04

    Stinger to take flight -- slowly

    IBM released the full beta of Stinger this month, but some DBAs say the next version of the universal database has yet to hit their radar screens.

  • May 28, 2003 28 May'03

    KIA Quiz #33: Blurred vision

    KIA Quiz #33: Blurred vision

  • February 12, 2003 12 Feb'03

    E-gads! Glut of e-mail could mean storage space race

    Keeping track of your company's e-mail is an important business. Just ask the people at WorldCom and Enron. If you can't shred it, you have to store it, and with the number of corporate e-mails expected to hit 60 billion within three years, finding ...

  • December 13, 2001 13 Dec'01

    SAP touts its open source database

    German e-business software giant SAP AG hopes its standalone open source database, SAP DB, will continue to gain new devotees. The company has released a new version of SAP DB.

  • August 06, 2001 06 Aug'01

    Storage area management speeds application allocation

    Scotts Valley, CA-based InterSAN created storage area management (SAM) to make it easier to allocate space on a server for a new application and store it without mishap. Find out how SAM works and why enterprises may need it in this ...

  • August 01, 2001 01 Aug'01

    Drill for data with application storage management tool

    Making short work of storage resource management may be easier thanks to Houston, TX-based BMC Software's Application-Centric Storage Management (ACSM) suite. Discover how the ACSM product is used in Windows environments and its benefits for ...

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