- March 14, 2011
Dedupe appliances were the big dog for a long time, but software-based products have come on strong more recently, offering many useful capabilities, often at a lower cost than an appliance.
- March 11, 2011
Check out this week's data backup news in brief.
- March 11, 2011
SonicWall CDP appliances now have centralized policy-driven data management and the ability to dedupe data on clients before moving it to its continuous data protection appliance.
- March 08, 2011
A community health center switches its data management and data protection strategy, moving from an EMC SAN and reliance on tape to NetApp and NetApp Syncsort Integrated Backup (NSB).
- February 28, 2011
Remote backups -- or ROBO backups -- have long been a challenge because of tape. Now, cloud-based backups are making remote office backup projects more manageable.
Sponsored by VMware - The rush to the cloud continues unabated. In 2018, the global public cloud market will reach a whopping $178 billion—up from $146 billion in 2017—and continue to grow at a compound annual rate of 22%, according to Forrester Research. See More
Sponsored by Iron Mountain - In just a few short years, ransomware has emerged as one of cybersecurity’s most dominant, persistent and treacherous threats. In 2016, ransomware payments reached more than $1 billion, according to the FBI, up from just $24 million paid in 2015. The spike in payments is increasing the velocity and variety of attacks exponentially: In 2017 ransomware on the dark market has grown by 2,500%. See More
Sponsored by NTT - Though the jury is still out over what constitutes successful digital transformation, there is no question about the immense excitement in this area as organizations seek to re-architect their IT environments to be more agile and responsive to modern business needs. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Is yours one of those organisations that has been on the sidelines for Windows 10 or has migrated only a portion of its user base? If so, your users and IT teams are missing out on a wide range of benefits — including improved security, greater performance, simplified operations and maintenance, and enhanced support for cloud environments. See More
- February 23, 2011
Promise Technology emphasizes data protection with its new SMB multiprotocol NAS and iSCSI storage system, including a cloud backup option and bundled backup software.
- February 15, 2011
VTL vendor Sepaton’s new CEO Mike Thompson sees 10-Gigabit Ethernet joining Fibre Channel as an enterprise disk-based backup protocol, and maintains post-process data deduplication is still the best way to back up a “large mass” of data.
- February 14, 2011
This week’s data backup and recovery news in brief: Acronis provides backup and DR for vCloud; AUM to use UbiStor data backup services and more.
- February 14, 2011
Check out this week's latest data backup and recovery technology news.
- February 07, 2011
Riverbed RiOS 6.5 software for its Steelhead WAN optimization appliances aims to speed replication between EMC Symmetrix boxes using SRDF; also enhances QoS
- February 02, 2011
Check out this week's latest backup and recovery news briefs: Fujifilm will manufacture Oracle's new 5 TB tape drive; Rebit releases Rebit 5 data backup software; and more.
- January 31, 2011
Oracle wants to prove it will continue to innovate the tape platform it acquired from Sun; launches StorageTek 10000C tape drive with 5 TB native capacity and 240MBps uncompressed data rate.
- January 26, 2011
This week's data backup and recovery news in brief: BridgeSTOR introduces new appliance for Microsoft DPM; Actifio reveals virtual data management product and more.
- January 24, 2011
Sepaton gives its virtual tape libraries a hardware and software makeover, with faster processors, support for Symantec OpenStorage (OST) and better integration with IBM TSM backup software.
- January 18, 2011
EMC's Data Domain deduplication platform gets a new member -- an archiving system for long-term data retention to go with its backup appliances, which have also been upgraded with new high-end and global dedupe models.