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Will New 300GB Optical Discs Be Good For Businesses?

Sony and Panasonic announced plans to collaborate on new optical technology that packs up to 300GB of data on a single disc.

IBM Throws Its Weight Behind Cloud Foundry

Cloud Foundry’s open source development platform achieves a new level of credibility and relevance with vote of confidence from IBM.

It’s a New (Virtual) World with Windows Server 2012 R2

Microsoft included a number of features and improvements for managing virtual servers in Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview.

Box joins the Windows 8 party with launch of new app

Box has a simple vision to ensure customers can access and share content from anywhere--and now "anywhere" includes Windows 8 and Windows 8 tablets.

Iomega launches new flagship network storage array

Iomega has a new network storage array that can house up to 48TB of data on your network.

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ioSafe turns to crowdfunding for disaster-proof private cloud project

ioSafe launched a funding campaign on Indiegogo to raise $150,000 for a new disaster-proof storage solution.

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Box Accelerator streamlines cloud data uploads

Box developed Box Accelerator to boost data upload performance by up to 10 times for business and enterprise customers.

Box Improves Upload Speed for Business Customers

Business users of Box's file sharing and cloud storage service will now be able to upload files faster thanks to a new global data-transfer network the company...

Euro-based Body Starts Handing out Its Last Block of IPv4 Addresses

RIPE NCC, which allocates IP addresses in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia, has started to hand out IPv4 addresses from the last block that it...

Amazon Web services simplifies private cloud configuration, adds SQL server

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made it possible to connect to its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service using static routing, while also allowing enterprises to run...

Look, no wires! Intel demos wireless docking for Ultrabook

Intel demonstrated a new technology Thursday that promises to rid computers many connectors and cables.

Network History: Why it's important and who's responsible for it

The network monitoring industry has been around for a long time, but it's still an immature science relative to other information technologies.

Intel's new Itanium chip, Poulson, to launch later this year

Intel on Tuesday said it was on track to launch the next-generation Itanium processor later this year, brushing away any speculation that the processor would...