10th September 2011 Archive
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Surprise best-in-class winner
Who's the mid-range deduplication boss? ExaGrid is, beating Data Domain and Quantum appliances in a survey ranking 37 dedupe appliances. ExaGrid's EX1300E has scooped the mid-range dedupe pool, being named Best-in-Class in a DCIG survey comparing appliances priced between $20,000 – $100,000, and beating Data Domain and Quantum …
Storage 10 Sep 05:33
Review Built in Blighty
Cello is a UK TV maker that does much of its business through high-volume websites and shopping catalogues. You’ll find Cello TVs on M&S and ebuyer websites, as well as in tomes from Grattan, Freemans and the like. Ensemble piece: Cello's C42T71DVB-3D It may be a budget brand, but it scored brownie points a year back by …
reghardware 10 Sep 07:00
Every day, we have to prove we have 'nothing to hide'
Investigative reporter Duncan Campbell reflects how 9/11 has torpedoed resistance to intrusion and undermined privacy rights born of earlier struggles. It may, irreversibly, have changed the way we think. 9/11 was a savage nightmare that took too long to happen for some in the West. For 12 fallow years, from the fall of the …
Government 10 Sep 10:00