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Microsoft: Stop moaning about big data

Microsoft wants to shake up the way you see and use big data.

Business Intelligence

Published 16 April 2014

New research paves way for smaller computer hard drives

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

Storage

Published 16 April 2014

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

Storage snapshots allow backup of individual files.

Storage

Published 11 April 2014

Dropbox wants to be ingrained in your smartphone

Cloud storage firm prepares to personalise your phone with a flurry of apps.

Cloud SaaS

Published 10 April 2014

Dropbox opens business package to all as early access ends

The cloud file-sharing firm will showcase a range of collaborative features tomorrow.

Storage

Published 10 April 2014

The huge growth of global data is outpacing storage

Digital universe will grow tenfold by 2020.

Storage

Published 10 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.

Storage

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.

Storage

Published 09 April 2014

5 reasons the mainframe is still relevant 50 years on

Today marks the 50th birthday of the IBM mainframe. Here’s why it’s still going strong.

Servers

Published 07 April 2014

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