CRN Storage News

  • HP D2D Backup System Catches Eye Of Midmarket VARs
    As data protection and disaster recovery become more ubiquitous in the midmarket, Hewlett-Packard has armed solution providers with a new disk-to-disk backup system, as well as training and marketing incentives to support partners.
  • EMC Adds Bare Metal Recovery By Acquiring Indigo Stone
    EMC has acquired Indigo Stone International, a U.K.-based developer of software for business continuity, server migration and bare metal recovery, and plans to integrate its technology into its NetWorker and Avamar products, CRN has learned.
  • 2007 CRN Channel Champions: Storage
    These storage vendors were this year's CRN Channel Champions in the server-class disk drive, external data backup, network storage and storage management software categories.
  • The Storage Code: Deciphering IT For Profit
    Join CRN's Senior Technology Analyst Frank J. Ohlhorst as he shows how to move new storage technologies from commodity status into must-have specialized solutions that fuel business continuity, compliance, virtualization and growth solutions.
  • Up Selling Storage Solutions In The Midmarket
    You may think you've got storage down pat, but are you ignoring up sell - in all forms? CRN News Editor Steve Burke navigates what he calls "the Midmarket Storage Mess" and begins sorting things out for you and your Solution Provider practice.
  • iSCSI SAN storage vendor dedicates new resources to helping partners with marketing, training and sales

    EqualLogic Enhances Channel Program
    EqualLogic, a provider of iSCSI storage solutions for IP SAN environments, is beefing up its channel partner program with new resources to help partners with marketing, training and sales.
  • Upgrade Notebook Storage On The Quick
    Hitachi's Travelstar 2.5-inch Internal Hard Drive 2-in-1 Notebook PC Upgrade Kit provides quick upgrades along with a portable storage device that contains a backup copy of the data.
  • Do SMBs stand to gain the same benefits from systems virtualization as large companies or are they just too small? VARs weigh in.

    Analysis: Can a Customer Be Too Small For Virtualization?
    Are SMBs too small to reap the benefits of virtualization, or do they stand to benefit just as much as enterprises? Just how small is too small to go virtual?
  • CA Targets Midmarket With Channel-Only Pledge
    Computer Associates Monday took the wraps off a new midmarket-focused business unit that will enlist the aid of the vendor's channel partners to drive sales of recovery management solutions.
  • Review: HP Makes SMB Storage An All-In-One Affair
    Hewlett-Packard's StorageWorks All-in-One Storage Systems, earmarked for SMBs and branch offices, make it easy for solution providers to get into disk-based network storage without having much storage expertise.
  • Digitiliti Goes Public, Brings Managed Storage To Channel
    Digitiliti, a provider of remote enterprise data vaulting services formed by a former storage solution provider, next week officially plans to unveil unlimited scalability in terms of the amount of data it can handle for customers. Digitiliti, which last week became a publicly-listed company on the Pink Sheets thanks to a reverse merger, is also recruiting solution providers to bring its service to customers large and small.