Storage



One of the first parts to fail in a computer is often the hard drive, especially if you use a laptop. Fortunately, most problems can be...

5 Tips for Fixing a Hard Drive Problem


Sixty percent of computer users believe their data is worth about $1,000. Shouldn't you be backing yours up? We show you how.

Data Backup: Can You Afford Not To?


If we are going to be able to make sense out of all the data that we are accumulating, we'll need a faster way to process it. Quantum...

Why Quantum Computing May Be the Next Turn on the Big Data Highway


This infographic chronicles the relationship between Meaningful Use and the professionals adopting it.

INFOGRAPHIC: Meaningful Use and the EHR Storage Boom


As data growth continues to explode, the complexity and cost to store and manage data intensifies, and the need for regulatory compliance...

Advantages of Implementing Software-Defined Storage


IT departments are being forced to store more data with less money to do so. One solution to this is storage virtualization, which can cut...

Keeping Up With the Data Explosion by Virtualizing Storage


Consolidating data centers can save an organization time, money and effort. Here we examine some of the details of consolidation.

5 Reasons Your Company Should Consolidate Its Data Center


Data centers can use enormous amounts of energy, but thanks to recent legislation, more of that energy will be coming from renewable...

How Lawmakers Are Pushing Data Centers in a Green Direction


The first hard drive was the size of two refrigerators and cost the equivalent of more than $400,000 in today's dollars.

INFOGRAPHIC: This Is What a 5MB Hard Drive Looked Like In 1956


The speed at which data is written to cache is a big factor in an application's overall speed, and whether you choose write-around,...

Which Write is Right? A Look at I/O Caching Methods


From self-encrypting drives to the increased complexity of storage systems, a series of challenges is making data recovery much more...

The Big Challenges Facing Data Recovery


Some new technologies suggest that a terabyte per second data transmission speed may now be within reach. And yes, these technologies...

Revolution In Hard Drives: Frickin' Laser Beams


When disaster happens, it’s best to be prepared. Appropriate planning, investing and testing can help minimize downtime.

Disaster Recovery: The 5 Things That Often Go Wrong


One can only accomplish so much from scaling up or scaling out databases. The optimal solution is effective load balancing.

Why Traditional Database Technology Fails to Scale


One of the biggest issues facing tech in the coming years will be how to store the massive amounts of data we produce. Blockchain's...

Data Crisis on the Horizon - Why We Need to Rethink Data Storage


A storage solution is a powerful tool. Getting the most out of it is all about cutting out slow, clunky systems and replacing them with...

How to Optimize Your Enterprise Storage Solution


Decide what's most important to you to get a cloud service that really works. We'll show you how.

5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Cloud Drive


Data is driving the decision process for companies today and as a result, the nature of storage is changing. In order to meet this change,...

How Data Storage Infrastructure Is Being Redefined Today


Cloud computing is becoming a major trend in business, but not only is it economical, it is also environmentally friendly.