- June 30, 2016
ECX 2.4 enables in-place copy data management for EMC Unity arrays and helps Oracle administrators manage RMAN backups attached to local storage.
- June 28, 2016
The latest version of Cohesity's data protection software adds physical machine support. Can the startup broaden its use cases beyond backup?
- June 14, 2016
Catalogic Software's ECX Instant Copy Data Management stabilizes NetApp backup and replication for Fairfax public schools, and offers better search for their 100 million files.
- May 20, 2016
The eCDM product, announced at EMC World 2016, helps cut back on redundant data. It may also mean EMC breaks into the relatively new copy data management market.
- May 11, 2016
Endpoint backup specialist Druva's inSync software aids Windows 10 migrations, with its ability to import user files and settings.
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- May 04, 2016
With rollouts at EMC World 2016, Enterprise Copy Data Management and ViPR 3.0 extend EMC's software-defined storage push into copy sprawl and heterogeneous storage support.
- April 29, 2016
With its Nearline for data archiving, backup vendor IDrive touts a cost of 1 cent per gigabyte of storage per month, no data retrieval fee and quick access.
- April 22, 2016
Medical device manufacturer Millar has two-pronged data protection -- Barracuda Networks appliances and cloud for on-premises backups and EMC Spanning for Office 365 backups.
- April 19, 2016
Backup vendor Asigra has launched a free software tool to smooth the management of Elastic Block Store snapshots in the Amazon Web Services platform.
- April 06, 2016
Data backup options that call for protecting data created by 21st century apps with 20th century tools just won't work.
- April 05, 2016
EMC unveils the virtual edition of its Data Domain disk library, DD VE, allowing the Data Domain operating system to run inside a VMware hypervisor and back up to any hardware.
- March 29, 2016
CloudBerry Lab's cloud backup service and AWS Snowball now work together to assist in large data transfers, including the initial backup to the cloud.
- March 22, 2016
Talena claims big data fuels demand for predictable storage workloads and application usage. The vendor's new ActiveRx uses predictive intelligence on data availability.
- March 21, 2016
Druva adds backup for popular cloud applications to its inSync endpoint protection software, bringing governance features to services such as Office 365 and Box.
- March 02, 2016
Oracle upgrades its virtual tape library for the cloud. The Virtual Storage Manager system helps connect traditional mainframe storage to the cloud through tiering.