The News Review:
- Self-storage site stirs flood fears
- U-Store-It Trust Storing Hope for Children
- Symantec CEO Thompson to step down
- EMC Customers Achieve Significant Savings With De-Duplicated …
- Lackland Self Storage Chooses Exigent Technologies as Their …
- ISS and Sentinel Systems Offer Free Webinar on Self-Storage Security
Self-storage site stirs flood fears
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, IN
Herman & Kittle Properties Inc. wants to build the 82,310-square-foot storage complex to serve the city’s east side, said Tim Westerfield, land acquisition specialist for the company. The Indianapolis-based company is building another Infinite Self Storage location on Lima Road, just north of Wallen Road. The Stellhorn Road location will feature some climate-controlled and drive-up units. Westerfield said he wasn’t sure how much the project would cost or how many jobs would be created. Infinite Self Storage would create a buffer between nearby homes and the shopping center where Scott’s is located, Westerfield said. The complex will be fenced and landscaped to block neighbors’ views.
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U-Store-It Trust Storing Hope for Children
com or call 1-888-U-Store-It. About U-Store-It Trust:
U-Store-It Trust is a self-administered and self-managed real estate
investment trust focused on the ownership, operation, acquisition and
development of self-storage facilities in the United States. The
Company’s self-storage facilities are designed to offer affordable,
easily accessible and secure storage space for residential and
commercial customers. According to the 2008 Self-Storage Almanac,
U-Store-It Trust is one of the top four owners and operators of
self-storage facilities in the United States. SOURCE: U-Store-It
Copyright 2008 Market Wire, All rights reserved.
Symantec CEO Thompson to step down
San Jose Mercury News, USA
“I always thought that 10 years is the right amount of time for any CEO,” Thompson told Wall Street analysts in a conference call Monday, adding that Salem’s appointment as chief operating officer in January was part of a lengthy transition process. Salem, 43, is a native of Colombia who grew up in Southern California. He held several executive posts at Symantec in the 1990s before moving to Ask Jeeves and later serving as chief executive of the software company Brightmail, which was acquired by Symantec in 2004. News of the change came as Symantec and other Silicon Valley companies are starting to feel the global recession, though Thompson said the timing of the announcement was unrelated to the economy. Symantec announced last month that it would make unspecified job cuts after Thompson told analysts that the company saw “a pause in IT spending” by some of its customers in September. Still, he and Salem both expressed confidence that Symantec is well-positioned for future growth. The company reported net income of $140 million on revenue of $1.
EMC Customers Achieve Significant Savings With De-Duplicated …
Byron Leman, Storage Administration Section Manager, of the California Department of Justice, said, “Working with EMC, we have been able to develop a unique automated archive system that’s enabled us to keep a number of applications and unstructured data easily accessible while highly available through replication. Currently, we archive all of our digital fingerprints and criminal history data to EMC Centera and replicate an exact copy off-site for disaster recovery. By moving this data to Centera, we are able provide secure and fast access to critical information. As a result, this allows our department to do a better job in ensuring justice, safety, and liberty for everyone. ”
Backing Up the Trucks with EMC
— Burris Logistics operates a network of frozen food warehousing and
distribution systems in the eastern United States. In order to maintain
the highest level of internal operations and customer service, the
company turned to EMC to improve its backup infrastructure. Bill Poore, Director of Information Technology at Burris Logistics, said, “It is essential that we support 24-by-7 warehouse operations and the transparency of the backup process is a critical part of that support.
Lackland Self Storage Chooses Exigent Technologies as Their …
PR Web (press release), WA
Beginning this month, Exigent will handle helpdesk and onsite support services for store locations, advanced IT infrastructure consultation and customized IT product procurement services. Established in 1997, Exigent Technologies is a full-service information technology company that implements and maintains high-performance IT systems for small and medium-sized organizations in a wide range of industries.
ISS and Sentinel Systems Offer Free Webinar on Self-Storage Security
Inside Self-Storage, AZ
Lakewood, Colo. -based Sentinel Systems has been supplying security systems and software exclusively to the self-storage industry since 1975. Fogg has worked in self-storage since 1986, originally as the manager and operator of multiple self-storage properties. Company details can be found at.