Blade servers pack a helluva lot of punch into increasingly smaller form-factors, but can they solve the problem of effectively and efficiently managing the huge data volumes currently swamping companies large and small?
A new wave of storage solutions is emerging that offer greener, more compliant and less fallible approaches to data archive and access management. BM caught up with Quantum, EMC, FalconStor, and Microsoft Corporation to find out how storage systems have evolved to meet the demands of a 21st century environment.
Data de-duplication technology changes the role of disk in backup by giving users a cost effective way to retain backup data on disk for weeks or months, file restores are fast and easy and increases the number of available recovery points.
Behind the boardroom door, with Bob Crompton
The ECM market represents the largest software growth segment and is expected to exceed $3.9 billion in 2008. Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Mukul Krishna speaks to Business Management about some of the trends and developments in the pipeline.