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The wording of the terms of service for Google Drive seems to suggest Google owns any content you upload
Cloud storage service from Google will change how we use the internet, analyst says
Analysing the challenges of growing rapidly in an exciting new market
Server virtualisation has delivered significant cost and productivity gains to enterprises, but it has also posed problems in managing the rest of the IT infrastructure, most notably storage systems
New study suggests many organisations don't have a clear understanding of what Big Data means
Enterprises have to stop loading massively virtualised machines onto storage arrays that were designed for SMBs, says Michael Heffernan
Before signing up for cloud services, make sure your IP is adequately protected with the right provider
A look at the technology behind the British Library's project to put 300 years of newpapers online
Hadoop looks like the Holy Grail for organising unstructured data, and everyone is jumping on the bandwagon
Here's how to extend the life of your existing storage until the hard drive prices go back to normal
With effective policies at all stages of an asset's life cycle, CIOs can minimise and manage e-waste
How system-on-chip designs may change mobile computing.
The pain of disk storage and the pitfalls of applying conventional architectures to flash
Comparing the two services, Google Drive emerged as the winner - Here are four reasons why
Microsoft rolled out significant changes for its SkyDrive cloud storage service that pit it directly against the popular Dropbox service.
There's an energetic debate over storage architectures going on
The vulnerabilities of cloud computing stem from the threats lurking within the public Internet itself
SkyDrive provides plenty of free space, but has been difficult to access.
How to go about wverwriting, degaussing and physical destruction
Vendor needs to buy its way into new markets, claim analysts
Strata Conference's Founding Chair, Edd Dumbill, talks about bridging the data and information gap
There are ways to shed some of those unwanted terabytes
Which is better? We do the research
Lower price, a new snazzy browser and access to the Amazon apps market... what could be better?
Microsoft has outdone itself with a revamped UI and hundreds of new features