CRN Storage News

  • CRN Test Center looks at a bevy of e-mail products, including managed services

    E-Mail Archiving From A-Z
    CRN Test Center looks at a bevy of e-mail products, including managed services
  • Overland Gets New CEO, Reports Financials
    Overland Storage has ended its CEO search and has decided to look inward for the leadership it needs to restart its push to improve revenue and regain profitability.
  • Sun Ups Storage Ante, Plans Layoffs
    Good news and bad news from Sun, which is taking advantage of its home-grown server technology to make a new storage play even as it reacts to long-term financial pressures with a new workforce reduction.
  • F5 To Buy File Virtualization Vendor
    WAN acceleration vendor F5 Networks plans to expand its technology for increasing the availability, security, and performance of data center applications to storage with its pending acquisition of a file virtualization vendor.
  • HP Keeps Eye On Storage, Dell
    CRN Industry Editor Craig Zarley spoke recently with Adrian Jones, Hewlett-Packard's vice president and general manager, Americas Solutions Partners Organization, about issues facing HP and its partners.
  • IP Commerce links channel program to online payment offering

    Money Matters
    IP Commerce, developer of an online payment software framework, is ready to roll out its first channel program for solution providers.
  • Review: Does ROBObak Beat The Remote Backup Blues?
    The CRN Test Center puts ROBObak, a software-only backup solution, through the paces. Does it beat the remote backup blues? The application offers the ability to schedule and restore backups, encryption, hot backups, and de-duplication. The name reflects the company's focus on Remote Office and Branch Office backups.
  • Expected changes in the ways customers will store and access data is pushing SAN vendors and VARs into new directions

    A Twist On Storage
    A number of the leading SAN component vendors are expanding from their traditional comfort zones in order to better take advantage of future trends in the storage industry, resulting in new potential opportunities for their solution providers partners that also wish to expand.
  • HP Doubles Down On Storage
    Hewlett-Packard, which has been suffering from a slump in storage sales for more than a year, is now counting on new products, new management, and a new channel program to help it regain its footing.