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Google lowers prices on Drive paid storage options

Although the free tier remains unchanged, Google makes its paid Drive storage options more attractive.

Go NAS for Amped-Up Security

A smart NAS setup can help protect you from intruders both virtual and physical. Here's how.

New Intel optical cable transfers data at a blistering 800Gbps per second

U.S. Conec has started shipping MXC cables to distributors

Sony, Panasonic develop 300GB to 1TB 'Archival Disc' for 50 year-plus storage

Discs based on the format will last decades longer than magnetic tapes and hard drives, the companies said

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Microsoft reveals standalone OneDrive for Business cloud storage plans

In a bid to attract new users, Microsoft revealed a OneDrive for Business promotional pricing plan, including a standalone service, as part of its cavalcade of Office updates on Monday morning.

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Content blocking rampant in EU, survey finds

“When you buy an Internet subscription you should get access to all content," EU officials say. But it isn't happening.

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Facebook uses 10,000 Blu-ray discs to store 'cold' data

Who says optical discs are dead?

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ioSafe unveils massive disaster-proof storage capacity with 1513+

Network attached storage device capable of housing up to 90TB of data.

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LenovoEMC bumps speed, adds BitTorrent into next-gen NAS

LenovoEMC is boosting the speed of its NAS tower by 25 percent, adding native BitTorrent support for easy distribution of video files to and from external sources.

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Box adds security, automation to IT admin console

The cloud storage vendor also launched an IT services unit and struck a partnership with Capgemini

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Big storage in a little space: Samsung's 840 EVO is the world's first 1TB mSATA SSD

The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD packs 1TB of storage into hardware a full inch thinner than traditional notebook drives.

Fibre Channel hits key landmark on the way to 32Gbps speeds

The specification for the next standard is finished, though products may not ship until 2016

Toshiba buys OCZ's belly-up SSD business: Where does that leave your warranty?

Mere days after OCZ declared bankruptcy, Toshiba's agreed to buy its assets for $35 million. But where does that leave your warranty?