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Anthony Caruana: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013
Agree? Disagree? Click to see Anthony's picks for the technology he thinks made the most difference this year.
Dec 11 2013, 1:01PM
Krishan Sharma: This is the technology I found most useful in 2013
There are two pieces of technology that Krishan found particularly useful in 2013 and they both relate to storage. Click to see what they are.
Nov 28 2013, 11:02AM
If you need to carry around a lot of data, this could be the ticket
Hauling hundreds of Gigabytes of engineering data to job sites, or architectural plans to give to contractors? In theory, this Lacie Rugged 2TB drive will protect it from bumps.
Nov 25 2013, 12:57PM
Here is another new "first server"
If you’re looking for a dedicated server but have limited space then here is something that might be of interest.
Oct 23 2013, 11:33AM
Box now has 100GB of space for US$5 a month
If you're looking for somewhere online to store data, well-known cloud storage site Box has announced new plans and prices.
Oct 14 2013, 2:06PM
Why you should consider a NAS optimised hard drive
If you plan on filling up your NAS with hard drives then we would definitely recommend looking at hard drives that have been specifically optimised to run inside of a network storage box.
Sep 11 2013, 1:31PM
A relatively cheap and easy to setup backup box
There's no redundancy, but Seagate's Central is a relatively cheap and easy way to backup your data, argues Krishan Sharma. He explains why he is a fan.
Jul 11 2013, 11:32AM
Backed up your data? Small office NAS boxes are getting more advanced
Synology has just announced two new NAS boxes that bring some high-end big business level features to the small home office market.
Jun 4 2013, 11:35AM
Need a LOT more storage?
Do you have multiple offices or servers? Are your systems requiring so much storage your IT person can't keep up? Read on.
May 7 2013, 2:39PM
Seagate's Business Storage: a NAS box for the home office, without all the expensive extras
You can spend $800 or more on a Networked Attached Storage (NAS) box for storing your data, but what if you just want cheap network storage without all the extras?
Mar 22 2013, 11:04AM
Data Backup Basics: 3 types of NAS explained
Did you know there are different types of NAS - some can cost $350 and you'll find them in home electronics shops, other cost thousands of dollars. What's the difference?
Mar 14 2013, 6:54PM
IT basics: How can I backup a LOT of data online?
What's the difference between Dropbox and cloud backup? Can I store hundreds of gigabytes online and how much does it cost? A basic introduction to cloud backup.
Mar 14 2013, 1:20PM
Get 50GB of free online storage for your files
There's a promotion currently running offering 50GB of free storage with the site Box.
Feb 19 2013, 12:27PM
4 things you mightn't know you can do with a NAS box
Never heard of a NAS box? Click here to see why they're so useful.
Jan 14 2013, 12:08PM
Thunderbolt external drives: does the speed justify the price?
Hard disks using the superfast Thunderbolt interface are starting to appear – but do the performance benefits justify the price? Read the review of four quite different drives.
Oct 9 2012, 2:36PM
Worried about losing all your data?
The Iosafe N2 hard drive will keep your data safe, even if the drive ends up 10 feet under water, claims the company.
Sep 28 2012, 1:14PM
Steve Wozniak weighs in on data centre future
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak predicts that storage array and spinning disk vendors will soon face a RIM-like decline due to the rise of server-attached flash drives.
Sep 27 2012, 4:54PM
Nasdaq launches Amazon-based financial cloud
The world's second largest stock exchange, Nasdaq, has launched a cloud storage platform aimed at replacing in-house financial management systems.
Sep 27 2012, 3:16PM
Cloud storage tipped for big future in Australia
Money made from storing of data online is tipped to nearly double over the next five years.
Sep 20 2012, 5:41PM
Salesforce lets users share files
Salesforce.com has announced the ability for users to share files via the social network Chatter.
Sep 20 2012, 5:33PM
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