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Google named 2nd best company to work for in the world

The search giant took second place among the top global workplaces, according to a new report. It was beaten only by software company SAS.

By November 14, 2012

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WD ships 4TB enterprise-grade hard drive

Western Digital announces the availability of the WD RE, a high-end, high-capacity hard drive that offers up to 4TB storage and supports the SAS and SATA standards.

By September 27, 2012

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SAS, Google top Fortune's best-employer list

Among the tech firms showing up on the publisher's newly released list of 100 best companies to work for are also Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Adobe Systems, and Intel.

By January 25, 2010

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Western Digital enters enterprise-storage market

Western Digital ships its first SAS-based 2.5-inch hard drives.

By November 3, 2009

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Hitachi ups enterprise hard-drive speed

Hitachi introduces its first Ultrastar 2.5-inch hard drive that has a 6Gbps SAS interface.

By March 25, 2009

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Seagate boasts new family of hard drives

Seagate introduces Constellation family of hard drives that are available in 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch designs and SATA and SAS interfaces, and offer storage capacities up to 2TB.

By February 2, 2009

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Seagate gives high-end Savvio HDD a speed boost

Seagate makes new SAS 2.0 2.5-inch hard drives for enterprise solutions.

By November 4, 2008

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Gates makes case for Microsoft's ad business

While acknowledging stiff competition for online advertising, Microsoft is in the ad game for the long haul, he tells conference. At Microsoft's SAS, it all 'ads' up

By May 8, 2007

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SAS tries to get smart by dumbing down tools

Known for its high-end tools for data mining, SAS tries to expand its audience by making its business-intelligence software easier to use.

By April 11, 2005

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Connexion by Boeing, SAS offer Internet service

Looking to draw frequent business travelers, Scandinavian Airlines Systems is hooking the Web up to planes on the Seattle-Copenhagen route.

By February 14, 2005