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Acronis deploys Western Digital storage to meet data center demand
“Western Digital is committed to providing modular and efficient platforms that we use when architecting multi-petabyte style environments for our customers."
Leader appointed Western Digital distributor for Australia and New Zealand
The appointment will enable Leader and its regional channel resellers to distribute Western Digital’s solutions to meet growing demand for storage solutions and services among SMB and distributed enterprises.
Aussie businesses struggling with data and storage strategies
"Lack of senior buy-in, coupled with budget constraints, will create ongoing challenges when securing, organising and gleaning insights from data effectively."
Kingston Technology releases data center NVMe SSD boot drive
DC1000B is designed in a 2280 form factor that includes onboard power-loss protection and is engineered with 0.5DWPD endurance for extended service life.
Quantum's board of directors recruits former Cisco CIO
IT firm Quantum has snapped up former Cisco veteran Rebecca Jacoby to serve on the company’s board of directors.
QNAP to support Archiware backup solutions
NAS solutions provider QNAP and data management software firm Archiware have jointly announced that QNAP’s NAS operating system QTS 4.4.1 now supports Archiware and Pure software.
QNAP releases HybridMount, a file-based cloud gateway
QNAP has officially released a new file-based cloud gateway application that integrates multiple public cloud services for enterprises that require hybrid cloud storage environments.
Scality extends storage options on Microsoft Azure
Scality, a software solutions provider for distributed file and object storage, has enabled enterprises to extend solutions on Microsoft Azure.
The latest on Commvault's Hedvig acquisition: the future of data storage
“[The acquisition of Hedvig] allows us to break out of the data management conversation and start thinking more strategically with customers.”
Commvault launches Metallic, a next generation SaaS venture
With Metallic, Commvault proposes that customers are able to protect their on-premises, cloud-based, and hybrid file and application data with the SaaS solution.
Zadara adds NVMe-as-a-service to enterprise storage platform
Zadara upgraded its fully managed enterprise storage-as-a-service (STaaS) platform to include critical enhancements such as NVMe.
Mellanox hones performance for AMD-based data centers
Mellanox has developed what it is calling ‘breakthrough performance’ for AMD processor-based compute and storage infrastructures.
Western Digital capitalises on the data economy with new ActiveScale capabilities
Western Digital has extended the capabilities of ActiveScale storage system portfolio in order to provide more options for exabyte-scale data growth.
61% of CIOs believe employees leak data maliciously
Egress conducted a survey to examine the root causes of employee-driven data breaches, their frequency, and impact.
EMEA external storage market hits record high, Dell EMC on top
IDC's recent analysis on the external storage market in EMEA has shown healthy results - with some countries performing better than others - largely fuelled by all-flash arrays.
A/NZ organisations slack in Notifiable Data Breach scheme
Following the introduction of the Notifiable Data Breach Scheme (NDB) last year, a survey of ANZ businesses has revealed some concerning findings.
New analysis paints a grim picture of data management pre-GDPR
Redscan’s data reveals most data breach reports were late and incomplete, and that GDPR is not necessarily the panacea solution.
Opinion: Leading your business to win in the age of data insights
Contino’s Andrew Venables discusses the power of actionable insights and where to begin to gain an advantage.
UK IT decision makers more concerned about Brexit than GDPR
When it comes to data sovereignty, UK businesses are less prepared and thus more concerned for what Brexit will bring.
Managed service providers can find value in storage as a service
Data storage is already a major pain for organisations and by 2025, data volumes will be close to 1,000% higher than they are today.
Why storage - not Brexit - is keeping CIOs up at night
In contrast to the shockwave felt from the recent ‘Brexit’ vote, the global tech sector appears by and large to have taken the decision in its stride.
Infinidat sales up 213%, thanks largely to channel partners
“Our quarterly sales growth continues at a triple-digit pace and is a direct result of our expansion across sales channels and around the globe."
Seagate struggles to maintain revenue in challenging IT storage industry
Seagate has experienced another drop in revenue for the Q3 2016, with the vendor claiming the decline is due to ‘several near-term demand factors'.
Nimble makes bold play to be leader in storage
"We finished fiscal year 2016 with solid results. Looking ahead to 2017, we are very excited about the prospects of our Predictive Flash platform."