Windows Server storage management
- June 26, 2002
Oracle and Microsoft -- the two get along like a mongoose and a cobra -- or Burt and Loni, gnashing their teeth in the press and in the marketplace. SQL Server is one way Microsoft keeps its eyes on the enterprise prize, but is it an Oracle killa? ...
- February 26, 2002
Netreon, Inc.'s new SAN management product hopes to fill a void in the historically non Windows-based SAN management arena. Find out how this product can make your SAN management more intuitive.
- February 07, 2002
Sun Microsystems vows its new StorEdge 3900 and 6900 devices will support almost all operating systems--including Windows. In this interview, Sun's Bill Groth sheds light on how you can bring StorEdge into a Windows shop.
- January 18, 2002
This Top 10 of true data loss stories serves as your fair warning. "What happened to them could happen to anyone," said data recovery Bill Margeson. So, don't let them happen to you, too!
- January 03, 2002
Get relief from file sharing and file server management headaches with these tips.
- December 27, 2001
Users tossed their toughest backup problems into Liam Scanlan's court. Were this backup expert's solutions slam dunks? Get into the game with this Q&A.
- December 21, 2001
Recovering lost or deleted data is rarely a sure thing. These data recovery dos and don'ts can help increase your odds for succeeding.
- December 13, 2001
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.
- December 06, 2001
SteelEye Technology's new wide area network-based disaster recovery product for clustered Windows environments promises to recover an organization's data within minutes.
- December 05, 2001
At Oracle OpenWorld, Veritas CEO Gary Bloom described his company's post-September 11 data recovery mission and offered disaster recovery preparedness advice.
- December 04, 2001
At Oracle OpenWorld 2001 in San Francisco, Oracle Corp. offered a sneak preview of a new "top-secret" XML database support initiative. Code-named Project XDB, the initiative is creating technologies that will enable native storage, indexing, ...
- September 25, 2001
Unsuccessful backups plague enterprises about 20% of the time, said Liam Scanlan, vice president of product strategy for the storage software company Bocada, Inc. That may seem a small amount, but few businesses can afford the labor costs of ...
- September 24, 2001
Bocada Inc. announced its first monitoring tool, BackupReport, which analyzes and reports on the sucess of backups. Regardless of the storage device or OS in place, BackupReport provides companies with a consolidated, enterprise-sized view of ...
- August 20, 2001
George Symons, vice president of product management and development for Mountain View, CA-based Legato Systems, Inc., discusses common backup mistakes and how to avoid them.
- August 06, 2001
InterSAN, Inc., is teaming up with a powerful veteran to introduce a new storage application management technology. Storage area management (SAM) software automatically finds storage needs and makes it available to servers. The relationship ...