CRN Storage News

  • Column: Rewarding Public-Channel Excellence
    Selling isn't easy, period. Selling IT to the public sector--federal, state and local governments, as well as education and health care--is vastly different from its commercial counterpart.
  • McData, Brocade jump in with Wide Area File Services moves

    WAFS Makes Waves
    Solution providers looking to consolidate customer data are getting help in the form of improved access to Wide Area File Services (WAFS) technology from two SAN infrastructure vendors, McData and Brocade Communications Systems.
  • Microsoft's Fibre Alternative
    Microsoft’s acquisition of iSCSI target software technology from Montgomery Village, Md.-based String Bean Software could result in greater visibility for iSCSI as an alternative to Fibre Channel for building SANs, according to the channel.
  • Micron-Lexar Duo Poses No Threat To SanDisk
    Micron Technology’s acquisition of Lexar Media is seen as a positive step for Lexar, but the Micron-Lexar duo isn't expected to pose a major threat to flash-card giant SanDisk, according to analysts.
  • Upgrades NAS performance and lowers prices

    EMC Continues Midrange Push
    EMC this week is continuing to push into the small and midsize storage space with a new NAS appliance and other products with iSCSI capabilities.
  • Build an inexpensive network attached storage system for home or small-office users with recycled parts. Here's how

    NAS For Less
    Build an inexpensive network attached storage system for home or small-office users with recycled parts. Here's how.
  • Expands Capabilities Of Storage OS In SAN Appliance Market

    Microsoft Acquires iSCSI SAN Technology
    Microsoft is extending its storage operating system from NAS to the iSCSI SAN space thanks to iSCSI initiator software technology it acquired, the company said on Friday.
  • Enterprise-Level Storage
    With just 4U of rack space and a new chassis design, Nexsan Technologies' SATABeast storage array allows customers to save on energy consumption.
  • HP Unveils Attach Rate Outline
    Hewlett-Packard last week unveiled an aggressive second-quarter attach-rate rebate incentive and said it is looking to launch a more formalized attach program for partners later this year.
  • A host of new technologies in servers and storage are changing the face of today's IT hubs

    State of Technology: Evolving the Data Center
    For years, Tim Hebert, COO of Atrion Networking, has been keeping a close eye on data-center developments from both IT vendors and customers. And after a long drought in spending, he likes what he's seeing now.
  • QandA: GTSI CEO Jim Leto On Company Changes
    Two weeks after Chantilly, Va.-based GTSI announced that Dendy Young would step down as CEO, his successor, Jim Leto, took time to talk to GovernmentVAR senior editor Jill Aitoro about the changes at the company.
  • State of Technology: Disk Drives Hold the Throne
    As if 9/11 and the summer-of-2003 blackout weren't calamitous enough, they also underscored corporate America's dire need for better storage technology and enhanced backup-and-recovery policies.