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Security holes expose data stored in Tivoli system

IBM has issued a warning to customers that security fixes should be installed for two vulnerabilities in the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) backup software client. The security holes could allow a buffer overrun attack or enable unauthorized access...

EMC denies sexual harassment, bias charges in lawsuit

EMC on Thursday said that a lawsuit filed by two former employees charging the company with sexual misconduct and gender bias is without merit. Further, a spokesman for EMC dismissed a Wall Street Journal article Wednesday about the lawsuit as a "che...

EMC adds Avatar backup technology to VMware

Retooling its backup and recovery processes to keep pace with the fast track growth of virtualized server environments, EMC on Thursday introduced the Avamar Virtual Edition for VMware and pre-packaged EMC Avamar Data Storage System offerings.

NetApp-Sun lawsuit seen as open-source test case

A patent-infringement lawsuit filed by Network Appliance against Sun Microsystems on Wednesday could escalate beyond the storage arena to become this decade's major test case for ope- source software, according to storage analysts.

PowerFile adds Blu-ray technology to storage appliance

PowerFile on Monday announced that it has added Blu-ray disk technology to the latest version of its Active Archive Appliance, part of an effort by the vendor to move beyond the limits of DVD in scaling the optical-based storage offering.

Coming to your laptop: 1.2TB hard drives

As hard drive manufacturers relentlessly pursue packing greater aerial density on smaller devices, Fujitsu Computer Products of America may have an ace in the hole. The company is announcing later this week that it has created ideally "ordered" alumi...

Saving storage for a rainy day? Bad idea, say analysts

Whether it's to hold a table at a favorite restaurant, book a dream vacation or rent a car, making reservations usually pays off. But for storage and IT administrators feeling the squeeze of shrinking data center floor space and power constraints, th...

Seagate confirms 'phase out' of PATA disk drives

Due to the waning popularity of Parallel Advanced Technology Attachment (PATA) technology in favour of the newer and speedier Serial ATA-based disk drives, Seagate has acknowledged plans to stop building the older products.

Study: Backup, security to boost personal storage demand

More complex data protection and data backup requirements for consumers and small to midsize businesses will catapult the use of personal storage devices to a compound annual growth rate of more than 20 percent from 2006 to 2011, according to an IDC ...

High-speed SAS hard drive growth set to explode

The demand for Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) hard disk drives continues to pick up steam, fuelling predictions by Gartner that 21 million 3Gbps SAS drives will ship during 2008, nearly double the 12 million expected to ship this year.

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