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A legal war between EMC and flash startup Pure Storage has escalated to charges of patent infringement and illegally obtaining a storage array to mine it for intellectual property.
The cloud-based backup and recovery service was introduced in February 2012.
Laptop users can now have SSD speed and HDD capacity in a single 9mm package
Another memory vendor expects to ship DDR4 this year, but Intel and AMD don't expect to support the new memory boards with their processors until late 2014 or early 2015.
Although iOS users may want to store their photos within Apple's iCloud, Microsoft now gives them the option of autouploading them to SkyDrive.
Say goodbye to the days of Bitcasa's cheap, unlimited cloud storage—prices just jumped from $99 per year to $999 per year.
NetApp is upgrading its lineup of dedicated storage systems, rolling out a faster all-flash array and improved platforms for branch offices and large enterprises.
Those in the know share their insider tips on how to save bucks for gifts from tech deal sites.
EMC's long-awaited entry into all-flash storage arrays will finally get a full-fledged rollout next week.
The company on Wednesday announced Dropbox for Business, a paid service that provides Dropbox's bread-and-butter file hosting, but with a smorgasbord of additional features.
After tracking 25,000 hard drives for 4 years, BackBlaze has some answers about the lifespan of hard drives—answers that involve bathtubs.
Here are the four things you need to focus on to turn anywhere you go into a productive work environment.
Megaupload may be dead and gone, but Mega—the file storage and sharing service that rose from Megaupload's ashes—is going strong.
EMC has sued Pure Storage for allegedly colluding with some of the storage giant's former employees to misappropriate and bring to the startup confidential EMC information and trade secrets, including lists and notes on current and potential customers.
Data can be made unavailable even when it's stored offline, EMC says.