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NetApp takes virtual storage appliance approach with Data Ontap Edge
NetApp's press release calls it a “low-cost storage system,” but no pricing has been set yet. Edge will run in Ontap 7 mode, which means it will not have Ontap's clustering capabilities.
NetApp Near Record-Low Value Seen Attracting Suitors: Real M&A
The maker of hardware and software to more efficiently store and access data may finally be affordable enough to draw interest from International Business Machines Corp.
NetApp, halved in value, could be takeover target  San Francisco Chronicle
Storage / NetApp at 20: 'Nice Little File Server Company' Grows Into $6B ...
NetApp pioneers the industry's storage efficiency technology with Snapshot, the first and only disk space saving, no-performance-impact data protection technology.
NetApp Announces FAS2220, Expands Partner Cloud Ecosystem for Midsize Businesses
HP freezes out SAN fabric
This converged system movement benefits server system vendors and storage array vendors that are lucky enough to work with them - e.g.
NetApp Its Survival May Require a Buyout From Cisco or Oracle
For NetApp, since reaching a high on the year of $46.80 on April 3, the stock is down 40% -- remarkably this comes on the heels of the company not only having reported better-than-expected third-quarter earnings results, but also offering an outlook in ...
Apple finally admits Macs can get viruses...well, almost admits it
Apple has long touted security of its Mac operating system, contrasting it with what it portrays as security-hole-ridden Windows. Now Apple is finally admitting that Macs can get viruses, too...well, it doesn't go quite that far, but almost admits it ...
Chrome OS offline: Can you really use a Chromebook without the cloud?
Google's Chrome OS Chromebooks are great for cloud-based computing -- but what happens when you have a Chromebook with no cloud?
Wi-Fi in an apartment building
Many people that write about Wi-Fi live in houses, or so I suspect. I say this, because the specific issues faced by apartment dwellers in crowded cities are rarely addressed.
How Alan Turing set the rules for computing
On Saturday, British mathematician Alan Turing would have turned 100 years old. It is barely fathomable to think that none of the computing power surrounding us today was around when he was born.
5 Pros and Cons of Microsoft Surface Tablet
The Microsoft Surface and Surface Pro tablets seem to strike a nice balance between work and play. However, Microsoft will need more than a built-in keyboard to woo iPad users.