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  • Western Digital helium drive plans popped by shortage?

    Western Digital's HGST subsidiary may not have picked the best time to have a breakthrough in hard-disk drive innovation.

  • The complete guide to running Windows on a Mac

    Mac OS X is a great operating system for most tasks, but some enterprise software just won't run on anything but Windows. This guide will show you how to get Windows 7 running on your Mac. And since Windows 8 Developer Preview was just released a few weeks ago, it made sense to include this as well to spare you the early adopter pains I had.

  • Ten of the best free hard drive utilities

    Most users are satisfied with the hard drive utilities that ship with Windows, especially the more powerful partitioning and defragging tools found in Windows Vista and 7. Since you're reading this, though, you're obviously not a "most" type of user.

  • Little blooming marvels

    Perp' recording and increased board real estate space means 2.5 inch disks can do more, much more.

  • ATA-over-Ethernet protocol

    ATA-over-Ethernet protocol is a road to very cheap SANs. It's coming from the Linux market and a Windows driver is becoming available from Coriad.

  • The reality of virtual servers

    Although it may seem like magic, server virtualisation is real, and it's giving admins unprecedented control over enterprise data centres.

  • Google's storage strategy

    There is not a NAS or SAN in sight. Google has no great disk arrays, no high-speed storage grids, just PC servers with internal disks.

  • Lassy's terror bite?

    LaCie says it is going to introduce the first terabyte 'disk'. It is for consumer use. Why not business? Why aren't Seagate et al, introducing terabyte drives?

  • Serial ATA - putting on a fine performance

    Where will SATA drives find their niche? We discover the answer in part 3 of our series on serial ATA disk drives.

  • What does the future hold for tape technology?

    Newer technologies are challenging the primacy of tape in the back-up world. How have manufacturers adapted to these new initiatives and how will the medium be used in the future.

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