EMC executives predict flash storage technology will be nearly as inexpensive as high-end disk drives within two years. Most disk drives will continue to offer lower prices than flash, though, ensuring a long life for disk technology, it said.
Stories by Jon Brodkin
SQL injection experiences.
A SQL injection attack that has affected at least a half-million Web sites has entered a "third wave" that's more resistant than previous versions to traditional security measures, according to IBM security researchers.
Few Oracle customers are using the latest database software unveiled amid much hoopla last July, according to an analysis of the Pythian Group's remote database support customers.
The vendor HyBlue says it can prevent the "cold boot" encryption hack discovered by Princeton researchers with a laptop security product announced Tuesday.
VMware is releasing two bundles of management and automation products designed to streamline disaster recovery and curb virtual server sprawl.
When the University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing Applications set out to build a machine with more than 200,000 server cores, the key wasn't simply shelling out cash for newer, faster silicon chips. The trick was harnessing the power of a substance that comes right out of your kitchen sink: water.
Ten weeks after unveiling the System z10 mainframe, IBM this week announced that new Gigabit Ethernet hardware for LAN connectivity and new InfiniBand coupling links will be available May 30.
A storage virtualization start-up that takes standard PCs and adds their disk space to a virtual storage-pool is in beta mode and planning a product release in the third quarter.
Think server sprawl is bad now? Just wait till you experience virtual server sprawl. When users can clone a virtual machine with the click of a mouse, or save versions of applications and operating systems for later use, you're asking for trouble if IT doesn't maintain tight control, virtualisation management vendor, Embotics, warned in a session at Interop Las Vegas Tuesday.
Everywhere you go these days, people are using BlackBerries to check e-mail and set up appointments. But the march toward everyday use of more complex business applications on smartphones is going slowly at best.
It used to be easy for US Bank to determine which users and systems could be trusted, and which should be viewed with suspicion. Then along came Web 2.0.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff swung through Boston Tuesday to tout his company's "platform-as-a-service" model, which lets developers create and deliver business applications over the Web without installing any software.
A question for the eve of Earth Day: Has "green" technology been overhyped?
Dell announced global delivery of the first products resulting from its acquisition of EqualLogic Monday, with the release of Dell EqualLogic PS5000 Series storage-area network arrays.