According to a leaked roadmap, Intel plans five new SSDs by year's end, including a new chipset that will allow it to produce a hybrid drive.
Over the past year, four cloud storage service providers have said they're shutting down and Amazon's cloud services have been problematic since Thursday.
Financial services firms are now using social media to get customers involved in online discussion forums, advertise services and monitor what's being said about their businesses.
SanDisk and its partner Toshiba announced this week a 64Gbit NAND flash memory chip using 19-nanometer technology
Adoption of electronic personal health record systems, such as Google Health, Microsoft HealthVault and Dossia, remains relatively stagnant, mainly because...
Seagate's deal to buy Samsung's HDD business leaves only three main players in the industry, which will spur development of next-generation technology.
Intel and Micron announced they have almost halved the size of their NAND flash circuitry, which will open up space in end products.
In an effort to keep sensitive data from prying eye, Toshiba today announced a new family of hard disk drives that can erase data when connected to an unknown host.
While IBM's supercomputer may have demonstrated the latest in artificial intelligence, it's not self-aware or capable of intelligent conversation.
After only two years, Iron Mountain said it will close its public cloud storage service due in part to profitability pressures.
Every time I attend an SNW show, which equates to 20 in the past 10 years, I tend to learn something new because I get to speak with many cool tech people from many interesting industries.
Fifty-seven percent of CIOs and storage administrators plan to adopt cloud storage -- first for email, then front office applications and finally for backup data.
Micron will begin shipping a new enterprise-class SSD based on the PCIe expansion card standard and the industry's smallest NAND flash circuitry.
Users can view documents and open them in other applications, preview photos as thumbnails and download those they want to see in full, higher resolution and post photos to Facebook.
As corporations get the power to track consumer habits with precision, surveillance becomes not only inevitable but "irresistible."