- January 13, 2011
The JFK presidential library's four-year digital archive project has placed hundreds of thousands of documents, and multimedia files from President Kennedy's term in office online.
- January 10, 2011
Mainframe backup is still widely used in today's industry. Find out why organizations are still choosing to use mainframe backup and how it's different from open-systems backup.
- December 16, 2010
ExaGrid upgrades most of its EX data deduplication appliances with more powerful processors and shrinks footprint in hopes of appealing to enterprise customers.
- December 16, 2010
Faster, denser LTO-5 tape can't stop backup hardware trend toward disk backup and data deduplication devices; leading backup software vendors partner for new disk backup appliances.
- November 22, 2010
University of Michigan Health System uses a tiered archiving system of disk and tape instead of backup to protect and access critical large-image patient medical files stored on Picture Archiving Communications Systems (PACS).
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
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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
- November 11, 2010
EMC acquires its mainframe virtual tape library OEM partner Bus-Tech, and looks to ride data deduplication to mainframe backup supremacy against IBM and Oracle/Sun.
- November 10, 2010
The combination of Quest's virtual server backup and BakBone's physical backup could solve the problem of having to use separate backup products; will others follow down this path?
- November 08, 2010
Find out who the key players are in the backup reporting software space, and why it's important to have a backup reporting tool.
- November 02, 2010
Fujitsu rolls out new virtual tape library for enterprise and midrange appliance with VTL and NAS options, using data deduplication from a partnership with Quantum; NetApp resells Fujtisu midrange system in Europe.
- October 28, 2010
EMC Data Protection Advisor gets update; Backup My Info says it's helping SMBs speed up restores; British Red Cross chooses Asigra backup; and more in this week's data backup news.
- October 20, 2010
Arkeia Software gets into the data deduplication backup market with "progressive deduplication," while ExaGrid broadens its options for its deduplication disk appliance customers.
- October 18, 2010
Looking for speedier backups, Cross Country Home Services picked ExaGrid post-process data deduplication appliances over EMC's Data Domain inline dedupe systems as part of an IT overhaul.
- October 11, 2010
Quantum rolls its new data deduplication backup system. The DXi8500 has faster processors and support for 15,000 rpm 6 Gbps SAS drives for speed increase over its previous system.
- October 05, 2010
CommVault makes major upgrades to its flagship Simpana data protection application, adding source-based dedupe, array-based snapshots, improved protection for virtual machines and capacity-based licensing.
- October 04, 2010
Virtual tape libraries are still alive and well in data backup environments, despite the popularity of disk-to-disk backup.