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New research paves way for smaller computer hard drives

Researchers explored the interface between materials to study whether they can create completely new properties.


Published 16 April 2014

Condoleezza Rice is no saint, but the tech industry is no haven

Big business attracts bad people, and technology is no different.


Published 15 April 2014

Say cheese! How Veeam and NetApp snapshots could let firms backup every 15 minutes

Storage snapshots allow backup of individual files.


Published 11 April 2014

British scientist awarded 'Tech Nobel' for pioneering data storage research

Work by Dr. Stuart Parkin led to a 1000-fold rise in magnetic-disk capacity.


Published 10 April 2014

Trees could be used to develop future energy storage devices

Supercapacitors could be incorporated in computers and consumer electronic devices, such as flash in a digital camera.


Published 09 April 2014

What is enterprise storage hardware?

CBR talks you through what it’s all about.


Published 16 March 2014

Japanese police to investigate Toshiba’s chip technology leak

Ex-Toshiba employee provided data related to the company’s NAND flash memory technology to Hynix.


Published 13 March 2014

Flash drives 'could be as thin as paper' in future

The post-it note-esque devices could save data via computer screens.


Published 12 March 2014

Meet the disc that holds ten times as much data as Blu-Ray

Sony and Panasonic aim to release the Archival Disc in summer 2015.


Published 10 March 2014

‘Holographic’ memory tool to boost data storage capacity in electronics devices

The new device uses 'spin waves' rather than optical beams


Published 24 February 2014

Microsoft to take on Google Drive and Dropbox with rebranded cloud storage service

Existing customers would get additional 5GB storage for free if any one joins OneDrive though their reference.


Published 20 February 2014

Personal and entry-level storage shipments rise 13.6% last year

Overall personal and entry-level storage revenue reached $6.7bn.


Published 14 February 2014

Nexenta to break up 'storage mafia' with channel deal

Software-defined storage firm claims industry stalwarts are 'dictators'.


Published 03 February 2014

EMC to cut 1000 jobs despite Q3 profit rise

Job cut plan will be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2014.


Published 30 January 2014

The 2014 cloud storage trends YOU need to know about

Why storage costs will plummet and your cloud will become a profit-driver.


Published 24 January 2014

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