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Analyst: Solid state drives save money

Analyst: Solid state drives save money

Lower failure rates help accountants warm to SSD.
Jul 13 2009 12:01AM
Symantec, McAfee settle with New York state

Symantec, McAfee settle with New York state

Symantec and McAfee agreed to pay a combined US$750,000 to settle charges that their subscription renewal process was deceptive to home users.
Jun 15 2009 10:05AM
Tassie Police overhaul IT systems

Tassie Police overhaul IT systems

Tasmania Police will embark on an agency-wide modernisation and consolidation project for its IT systems.
Jun 12 2009 1:31PM
Analysis: How soon is now for SSD in the data centre?

Analysis: How soon is now for SSD in the data centre?

High costs and economic uncertainty has slowed the growth of enterprise Solid State Drives (SSD) - widely tipped to become "the most disruptive technology" since the invention of the storage array.
May 25 2009 12:16PM
Eugene Kaspersky speaks candidly about the state of security

Eugene Kaspersky speaks candidly about the state of security

He flew in and out in a flash but Eugene Kaspersky managed to paint a bleak future for the whitehats of the security industry during his Sydney visit this week.
Oct 16 2008 5:00PM
Teradata hedges bets on solid-state and spinning disks

Teradata hedges bets on solid-state and spinning disks

Massive arrays of solid state storage disks will be commonplace in large corporate data centres within three years, according to a leading vendor.
Oct 14 2008 3:38PM
IBM turbocharges solid state storage

IBM turbocharges solid state storage

IBM is touting a new flash memory system hailed by the company as a "groundbreaking" advance in solid-state storage.
Aug 29 2008 4:21PM
Intel outlines solid state roadmap

Intel outlines solid state roadmap

Intel has promised to deliver its first solid state hard drives (SSD) within the next month..
Aug 20 2008 7:35AM
NSW State Protection Group protects with Aussie product

NSW State Protection Group protects with Aussie product

Surveillance company Zylotech has beaten US competition to become the chosen supplier of surveillance products to the NSW State Protection Group.
Jun 16 2008 3:15PM
Sun plans solid state server push

Sun plans solid state server push

Sun Microsystems has promised to introduce solid state hard drives across much of its server range..
Jun 5 2008 8:08AM
EMC flashes its solid state plans

EMC flashes its solid state plans

EMC has predicted that enterprise flash storage drives will cost as little as fibre channel alternatives by 2010.
May 22 2008 2:34PM
US State Department loses a lot of laptops

US State Department loses a lot of laptops

It has surfaced that the US State Department can't account for up to about 1,000 laptops, perhaps as many as 400 of which belonged to the department's Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program.
May 7 2008 2:25PM
Risk is a state of mind

Risk is a state of mind

All the encryption in the world won't keep information safe if the people handling data don't think about security.
Mar 20 2008 2:35PM
Lenovo bets on solid state drives

Lenovo bets on solid state drives

Lenovo is standardising on solid state hard drives (SSDs) for its new high-end laptops..
Feb 27 2008 3:41PM
Solid state drives still 'far from practical'

Solid state drives still 'far from practical'

The widespread use of Flash-based solid-state drives (SSDs) could be as far off as five years, according to one analyst..
Feb 22 2008 7:03AM
Industry moves towards solid state drives

Industry moves towards solid state drives

Toshiba and Samsung have shown off 128GB solid state drives (SSDs) at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas..
Jan 8 2008 7:53AM
AIIA revamps its iAwards to include State nominees

AIIA revamps its iAwards to include State nominees

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has revamped its iAwards, opting for a tiered structure that will now recognise both state and national winners.
Nov 21 2007 2:54PM
US state credit report freeze law goes into effect

US state credit report freeze law goes into effect

The US state of Oregon has become the latest to pass legislation to control identity theft.
Oct 5 2007 9:58AM
Hacked Marin County website prompts shutdown of all California state sites

Hacked Marin County website prompts shutdown of all California state sites

A hacked county website in California that redirected users to a pornographic site triggered the federal government late Tuesday to initiate a system-wide shutdown of all government sites in the Golden State.
Oct 4 2007 10:16AM
US state bans forced RFID tagging of humans

US state bans forced RFID tagging of humans

The California state Senate has approved legislation to bar employers from forcing workers to have RFID chips implanted under their skin.
Sep 5 2007 3:01PM

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