Although Macworld Expo 2009 had a decidedly consumer-focused feel, high-end storage also played its part. Iomega, Other World Computing, LaCie, and other Mac vets showing off their new desktop drives may have attracted bigger crowds, but rack-mounters such as Active Storage, EZQuest, and Promise Technology attracted bigger …
Perfect Hardware to go along with the IBM Informix port!
As people talk about the potential jump of Apple in to the business marketplace, there are some things that are already available on the Mac OS/X platform.
There exists a port of IBM's IDS (Informix) engine for the Mac OS/X platform. With the availability of the raid systems using SAS, you can have one heck of a server on an all Mac OS solution.
Where's the ZFS Filesystem?
You wouldn't want to use HFS+ ...
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