California State University, Northridge, has switched its offsite data backup protection from a tape- and disk-based system to a cloud-based system.
Cloud computing in colleges and universities is growing and is expected to consume up to a third of the IT budget within the next four years.
The University of Nottingham in England has upgraded its high performance computing center with a 240-terabyte parallel storage system to assist researchers in the computer science, pharmacy, and engineering departments.
Storage start-up SoftNAS has released a new beta version of its virtual appliance for managing an organization's storage capacity.
At the 2013 International CES event in Las Vegas, Kingston Digital unveiled a new line of USB 3.0 flash drives with capacities up to 1 terabyte, the largest to date.
Carbonite, a provider of online backup solutions, has added new features geared towards higher education institutions.
With the amount of data predicted to grow 800 percent by 2016, higher ed faces a desperate race to develop strategies to store and manage the tidal wave of information.
For cloud implementations, consortia can do much of the heavy lifting when it comes to due diligence and contract negotiations--and they can save schools a lot of money.
NetApp has launched the new FAS3200 series midrange storage systems. The company designed them with the education market in mind, to help consolidate operations onto a shared storage platform.
Zetta.net has unveiled its off-site cloud-based server backup and disaster recovery solution for colleges and universities.