CRN Test Center Storage Week 2014


CRN presents Storage Week 2014, the CRN Test Center's wall-to-wall coverage of the latest storage drives, devices and apps for the enterprise and consumer markets. Starting Monday, The CRN Test Center will present five days of slideshows, videos, reviews and special reports, all designed to bring you solid intel from the storage world. This year's coverage will include reviews of industry-leading storage arrays, a look at the solid-state drive market, an examination of the best mobile storage apps and much more.

Storage Week

Review: Thecus N7710G--A Versatile Solution

This durable, low-cost enclosure is good for spot backups, data migration and extra storage.

Storage Week

Review: CRU's ToughTech M3 Drive Aptly Named

This durable, low-cost enclosure is good for spot backups, data migration and extra storage.

Storage Week

Review: 5 Of The Latest SSDs

The CRN Test Center sorts through SSD specs to figure out which one's right for which application.

Storage Week

The 10 Best Selling SSDs Of 2013

The SSD market's pecking order might look like the status quo, but the grounds appear to be shifting. Here's the top 10 best-selling solid state drives of 2013, according to U.S. technology distributors, as reported by the NPD Group.

Storage Week

Review: 4 Effective Storage Appliances That Couldn't Be More Different

The CRN Test Center reviews four new products aimed at storage expansion, data backup and disaster protection and recovery.

Storage Week

Top 5 Storage Apps for People On the Go

As part of CRN's Storage Week, the CRN Test Center highlights apps that can share files without an email attachment, improve the smartphone's camera roll and get 100 GB of free cloud storage.

Storage Week

Review: Zero-Config Storage Arrays from Drobo, Exablox

Quick setup and low maintenance are the hallmarks of these arrays from Drobo and Exablox.

Storage Week

File Sync And Share: Channel In Demand To Help Business Users

File sync and share technologies have been in business environments for years, mainly in the form of individuals who use personal accounts to handle company information, but CIOs need something that provides security and control as well.