Software-designed storage platforms were supposed to end the OEM hold on storage, but they haven’t.
Not content with putting data centers under the sea, Microsoft is about to put the cloud in a tank.
Microsoft launched their first undersea data center last week to great fanfare-but there’s a major design problem.
Retaining legacy IT systems is deeply unfashionable, but many businesses are doing it anyway.
IOPS is a commonly used metric for comparing the speed of storage arrays– but that may be a mistake.
A new scientific discovery shows that magnetic storage goes back long before tape.
Dell EMC has announced plans to terminate several product lines– discover what happens next.
As the CTO comes under increased pressure to contain costs, OEM maintenance contracts are increasingly hard to justify.
OEMs make a lot of noise about their deduplication tools– but is this even the right technology for your applications?
A DevOps framework helps your business adjust to strategic changes more quickly and effectively– but what infrastructure tools do you need?