Consumers just don't trust electronic health records to securely store their personal information, according to a survey by Harris Interactive.
SanDisk introduces a new line of SSDs designed for consumers who may want to extend the life of an aging computer.
IBM this week plans to announce a new version of its high-end, grid-architecture XIV storage system.
A new federally mandated medical coding system requires a massive overhaul of healthcare IT systems.
Google's personal health record service, Google Health, failed to take off due to poor marketing and a lack of functionality that consumers insist is required.
New York University's Langone Medical Center said it is the first hospital in the Northeast to use a biometric infrared scanning system that converts a digital palm image into a unique patient ID.
Carbonite's small business solutions charge a flat rate of $229 per year for 250GB of storage.
Healthcare spending will represent nearly one-fifth of the U.S. gross domestic product by 2019
Dell announced a new appliance that allows its block-based storage area network to store file-based data under one unified management interface.
Sales of external disk storage systems continue to boom with a fifth consecutive quarter of double-digit revenue gains, according to market research firm IDC.
An In-Stat survey of small to midsize firms shows that while they're adopting cloud services, they're still buying onsite NAS storage systems.
When Brigham Young University-Hawaii's digital media lab needed to turbo-charge its high-def video processing system, it had two choices: Add a storage area network or plop an solid state drive into its Macbook Pro laptop.
As corporate data stores continues to grow, in some cases by 50%-plus a year, the expanding task of managing them and mining for information is forcing a change in how IT workers are trained.
In 2024, the world's business servers will annually process the digital equivalent of a stack of books extending more than 4.37 light-years to Alpha Centauri.