Western Digital wins injunction over Toshiba restoring access to intellectual property databases and chip samples for WD staff
Western Digital wins first round against Toshiba - one of many in the legal battles to come between the two companies
Dropbox would be biggest IPO since Snap in March
Deal believed to be down to either Foxconn or Western Digital
When building a data platform, it's not actually good to get it right first time, suggests Skyscanner engineer Michael Pollet
CIOs and other IT leaders give their tips on designing and implementing new storage solutions, and warn that 'large US organisations will try to lock you in'
Around 30 per cent of staff were already using personal Dropbox accounts in preference to OneDrive, Expedia embraced shadow IT rather than eschew it
Researchers develop technique to store and retrieve data from a single atom
Nimble acquisition will drive HPE into all-flash storage arrays
Hackers find 85 vulnerabilities in WD My Cloud range
IBM's Alex Chen warns that regulatory requirements means that big data projects will increasingly need to be closely managed
CIOs at a recent IT Leaders Forum event discuss their uses of the different flavours of cloud
Top tips on data and storage protection for 2017 and beyond
Panel at recent event suggests that setting a storage strategy is like sending a probe to Mars. 'You send the probe in the general direction of Mars, and then adjust its course as it gets close'
Advanced's Marc Beder claims that widespread adoption of server virtualisation made SDS redundant
SDS promises to ease the transition to hybrid cloud, so why is it so slow to take off?
Analytics is increasingly being absorbed into, and becoming a full part of, organisations' business processes, claims IBM's Alex Chen
Nimble's predictive analytics software also coming to Lenovo customers soon
New fabric will offer several hundred Gbps bandwidth, claims Gen Z Consortium
University lands £7m grant to research skyrmions, a quantum-mechanical state of matter that was only discovered in 2009
Release follows on from 10TB enterprise drives released last year
The breakthrough technique, however, requires cooling to -200°C
DNA storage could offer a 'datacentre in a sugar cube', claims Microsoft
Expert panel explains how to keep your data centre running smoothly, and discusses why simply throwing more capacity at the problem doesn't work
Five-dimensional femtosecond laser encoding, anyone?