CRN Storage News


  • The New Storage Rules
    The updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is reshaping the way solution providers must approach data storage for customers facing litigation. And in today's litigious world, that's a lot of customers.
  • Computer Forensics: In Search Of Dead Data
    Ron Kramer of All Computer Solutions is drawing on his law enforcement background to build a solutions practice in computer forensics, a specialized niche of e-discovery dedicated to bringing dead data back to life.
  • 7 Ways To Get Started In E-Discovery
    Changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are creating solutions opportunities in data storage for enterprising VARs. Here are some things that solution providers should keep in mind if they delve into this space.
  • Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure: Major Amendments
    VARs are taking a closer look at data storage, electronic discovery and other solutions emerging from changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). Here's a list of major amendments to the FRCP.
  • NetApp Targets Midrange With New FAS3040
    Network Appliance is moving to fill in a hole in its midrange storage offering with the introduction this week of the FAS3040 storage appliance and its virtualization version, the V3040.
  • Sun Shifts Storage Strategy, OK With Channel
    Sun Microsystems' decision this week to end-of-life one of the few storage appliances built with its own technology is being viewed as a positive move by the vendor's channel partners. However, those partners note that the move is only one of a number of on-going transitions as Sun looks for a solid direction for its storage business.
  • FalconStor To Push Channel Toward Services
    FalconStor Software, a provider of storage management software for business continuity, is about to go through the largest transition in its seven-year history -- and the changes will have a significant impact on its channel partners.
  • Dell Responsible For 10% Of EMC Accounts Receivable
    EMC said in a financial report that Dell now holds more than 10 percent of its accounts receivable, which at the end of its last quarter stood at $1.7 billion. The only surprise about that figure is that it is not higher, EMC solution providers said.
  • HP To Acquire PolyServe
    Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it plans to acquire PolyServe, a maker of storage software for clustering NAS appliances and consolidating Windows and Linux servers and storage into scalable utilities.
  • HP To Acquire PolyServe
    Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it plans to acquire PolyServe, a maker of storage software for clustering NAS appliances and consolidating Windows and Linux servers and storage into scalable utilities.
  • HP Intros Low-Cost Backup System For SMBs
    Hewlett-Packard has launched a disk-based backup and recovery system for small and midsize businesses that provides data protection for up to four servers in a single, self-managing device.
  • LSI Prices Combo SAS/SATA Cards To Spur Adoption
    LSI Logic wants the channel to move quicker to adopt SAS and SATA technology, and introduced new adapter cards priced to move that strategy along. It this week re-priced its current line of combination SAS/SATA adapter cards so that there is no price premium over competitors' SATA-only cards, and introduced a new line of RAID adapters under its MegaRAID family which supports both serial-attached SCSI (SAS) and serial ATA (SATA) hard drives.

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