The top news stories for July 2, 2014.
Acronis last week launched Acronis True Image (ATI) for Mac, its new data backup software for the OS X operating system. The app sports a user interface tailored for Mac computers, is fast and can...
At Google I/O on Wednesday, the company took the wraps off Google Drive for Work, a paid service targeted at business users and priced at $10 per user per month. The service offers unlimited storage, the ability to upload files of up to 5TB in size, and access to productivity apps such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, Hangouts and Sites.
You know how painful it can be if you've ever lost data from your smartphone. Enter PhoneRescue for the iOS, which is billed as a comprehensive utility to recover data from the iPhone, iPad and the iPod touch.
Despite some initial optimism after the creators of the popular TrueCrypt encryption program moved to kill it, a new development means that TrueCrypt may really be dead in the water.
Zoolz cold storage is a cloud solution designed for businesses to store huge amount of data at a very low cost.
A growing number of organizations are turning to software-defined storage to simplify storage management, improve business continuity and protect current and future investments.
Western Digital Corp subsidiary HGST is gearing up to demonstrate an open Ethernet storage architecture, designed to allow datacenters to seamlessly access storage, processing, and memory resources as needed within their facility.
Sony this week announced a magnetic storage tape that it says can hold an incredible 185TB of data.
Microsoft proved it's getting serious about enterprise cloud storage by outlining important changes in its OneDrive cloud storage service last week.