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John K. Higgins
Data Storage, Privacy and Metaphysics: SC Weighs Arguments in MS Case
03/13/18 10:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1319 Words

Microsoft essentially claimed that by turning over data held outside the U.S., the company would run the legal risk of violating another country's privacy laws, even if the content would be useful to U.S. authorities for catching criminals. Microsoft also said it...

David Jones
SpaceChain, Arch Aim to Archive Human Knowledge in Space
03/13/18 2:35 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 610 Words

SpaceChain on Monday announced that it has entered a partnership with the Arch Mission Foundation to use open source technology to launch an ambitious project involving the storage of large data sets in spacecraft and on other planets. Arch Mission will load large...

Jack M. Germain
Red Hat Adds Zing to High-Density Storage
02/28/18 2:59 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 983 Words

Red Hat on Wednesday announced the addition of high-density storage capabilities to Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, its in-memory data management technology. The company has expanded an alliance with Azul Systems to build on their prior collaboration to provide entitlements for Azul Zing...

John P. Mello Jr.
NICE Alliance Aims to Get Smart Cameras to Play Well Together
03/06/18 3:17 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 714 Words

Such standards could spur developers to create more applications for cameras and encourage more service providers to set up shop in the cloud, catering to storage and management of camera data.

"Smart cameras aren't equipped with the ecosystem that smartphones have,"...

Richard Adhikari
Where Blockchain Tech Offers the Most Promise
03/07/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 926 Words

It's a way to collect data from a large number of individuals while ensuring anonymity, he said.

This sort of data "can inform predictive analytics that can improve products dynamically as they're manufactured," Jude told the E-Commerce Times.

IBM researchers...

Chris Bucholtz
3 Critical Things Sales Can Learn From IT
01/09/18 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1030 Words

AI must be trained -- quite literally -- using a very large data set. From there, AI will need a system of storage for the data it generates and the data generated by transactions -- in other words, unstructured data about sales performance.

Denis Pombriant
Document Management Revisited
02/05/18 2:25 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 702 Words

For many businesses, modern document storage and retrieval supports manual business processes. Those businesses still spend a lot on printing documents and manually or semi-manually routing them around the building or throughout the customer base.

A Different Problem
Today, businesses...

Richard Adhikari
New Service Aims to Ease B2B Tech Purchasing Process
01/24/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 628 Words

Deal ScoreCard covers 20 technology product market segments across the storage, data center, cloud, and end-user computing enterprise technology markets.

It leverages proprietary buyer-generated data across four categories: Pre- and post-purchase data; Web interest data; and Buyer narratives. "This content is...

Kristen Hanich
IoT and 5G: New Revenues, Use Cases, Value-added Services
01/08/18 3:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 761 Words

Operators traditionally have relied on selling SIM cards or modules and charging a monthly fee for the mobile data as major revenue sources. IoT customers, however, may push for alternative billing methods or entirely new payment models more aligned with their own cost...

David Jones
New Open Source Mobile OS Puts Privacy Front and Center
01/05/18 12:33 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 684 Words

... renowned Linux innovator has developed a new mobile operating system, called "Project eelo," in an effort to provide a level of data privacy that traditional Android and iOS devices fail to offer. The new eelo system will allow mobile phone users to...

Alan S. Horowitz
The Future of Data Storage
10/15/03 4:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 982 Words

... of the most important trends in today's data storage market will seem remarkably familiar to any longtime industry-watcher: ATA drive technology is catching on like wildfire in a forest of dry timber. The original version of ATA, or Advanced Technology Attachment (also...

Brad Hill
Data Storage Bubble Showing Cracks?
03/20/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 829 Words

... an overall high-tech slump, the unglamorous yet vital data storage sector has fared strikingly well. Even as IT buyers have struggled with meager budgets and analysts have forecast scant growth, storage giant EMC's stock price has doubled. Recently, though, a prominent name...

Brad Hill
The Brilliant Business of Data Storage Networks
01/27/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 822 Words

On one hand, enterprise storage needs are increasing exponentially year after year. On the other hand, IT costs are controlled more fiercely than ever, often by non-IT executives. A Gartner report predicts 2003 will be the third consecutive year in which companies will...

Bobby Moulton
Data Storage: It's Time to Grow Up
03/13/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1201 Words

Directly because of this confusion, many data storage customers have chosen to stick with practices that they are familiar with, regardless of whether those behaviors prove detrimental to their storage environment. Customers have often maintained poor storage practices because the alternatives are unclear...

Tiernan Ray
Data Storage Hurdles - And How To Leap Them
04/11/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 830 Words

... would be nice if headlines about networked storage were picturesque, such as, perhaps, 'A SAN Grows in Brooklyn.' Unfortunately, storage area networks, hailed as one of the most transformative corporate information technologies in years, are not like young saplings that will, with...

Lisa Gill
Data Storage Trends To Watch
01/31/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1000 Words

... tale is familiar: Enterprises are generating massive amounts of data -- e-mail , Word documents, video, audio and databases -- and IT managers are scrambling to identify and purchase the most cost-effective, easy-to-manage storage solutions available. There are many choices, ranging from...

Tiernan Ray
Data Storage 101
02/05/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 877 Words

In the late '90s, though, CIOs began to hear a different story from vendors: It had become undesirable to store valuable corporate data on a disk inside a computer . What if a fire broke out and your data disintegrated along with your...

Keith Regan
AOL Boosts Its Data Storage With Xdrive Buy
08/05/05 10:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 739 Words

... a move that might be a timely boost to its ability to compete head-on with Yahoo and MSN and others as a one-stop portal , America Online has said it bought online data storage and backup firm Xdrive for an undisclosed sum.

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Strengthens Shark Data Storage Machine
07/15/02 11:04 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 483 Words

... a move to compete more effectively in a depressed storage market, IBM on Monday launched a pumped up version of its high-end data storage machine. Big Blue's latest version of TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server (ESS), code-named Shark, boasts a 50 percent increase...

John K. Higgins
Federal Agencies Turn to Software-Defined Data Storage
04/17/17 2:46 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1096 Words

... agencies seeking to deal with huge amounts of information have begun embracing the software-defined data center, a technology tool that has come into vogue for managing and storing data. The SDDC is an offshoot of IT virtualization that uses a software-defined architecture.

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