The arrival of the "post-PC" era is leading users to turn to the cloud for their storage needs. In fact, by 2016, about a third of consumer digital content will be stored on cloud-based services.
Mobile devices and data-driven decision-making tip the scales in Gartner's midyear re-evaluation of top IT trends.
A cloud storage company has released a version of its product specifically designed for colleges and universities.
After losing irreplaceable footage, UCLA Athletics implements a new archive and retrieval workflow solution to better protect its digital media content.
Barracuda Networks has introduced a new 90 TB server to its line of backup appliances, the Barracuda Backup Server 1090.
To assist preservation and archiving efforts, a new cloud offering allows academics to store data with multiple cloud providers via a single interface.
Boston University Medical Campus (BUMC) has virtualized its backup and recovery systems so personnel can now manage backups of its heterogeneous IT infrastructure through a unified interface.
San Diego State University Library has implemented storage hypervisor software to improve the performance and capacity of its virtual machine storage and enable automated bulk provisioning.
The Computer Science department at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT has deployed a new storage system to support its virtualized operating environment.
Cornell University Institute for Biotechnology and Life Science Technologies has implemented a new highly available and scalable storage software appliance to support the institute's data-intensive research projects.