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2020 Vision: Game-changing storage trends for the year ahead
Firms must innovate in data storage to thrive in 2020's digital surge.
Virtual data rooms market showing impressive growth
Driven by growing demand for easy and secure ways for storage of critical data and increasing need for transparent and efficient data sharing options.
Thales: Organisations failing to protect sensitive data in the cloud
Study reveals cloud data growth outpaces security measures.
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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.
Quest QoreStor update extends native cloud storage support
QoreStor 6.0 introduces a new Performance Tier accelerating backup, providing up to 2x recovery point objectives (RPO).
Infortrend optimises products for hyperscale era
Infortrend boosts data centres with 25 GbE optimised storage for M-E and hyperscale demands.
Cloudian and Seagate partner to take on STaaS
The companies’ new solution claims to offer private cloud at up to 70% lower total cost of ownership than Storage-as-a-Service options.
Emergence of large enterprise set to propel data storage market
The movement to hybrid storage, proliferated use of smart phones, laptops, and tablets has increased penetration of storage data management.
HPE names Commvault as partner of the year
Commvault has been named the 2019 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Partner of the Year for Storage Solutions.
Cloudian’s new object storage for VMware cloud providers
The new solution enables VMware cloud providers to offer new value-add services based on fully native S3-compatible storage.
Cloud data warehouse trends and best practices
New survey finds that cloud data warehouses offer stronger performance and greater flexibility than on-premise databases.
Pure Storage expands enterprise data management solutions
It has integrated StorReduce technologies for a cloud-native back up platform, and expanded its data fabric solution for cloud-based applications.
APAC holds largest installed base of storage capacity
IDC predicts that worldwide storage capacity will double to 11.7 zettabytes by 2023, with enterprises managing the majority of storage.
Nasuni receives AWS competency status for primary storage
The recognition certifies that Nasuni Cloud File Services meet AWS's strict technical proficiency requirements for primary storage.
Exclusive: Should ANZ businesses change their perspective on the cloud?
NetApp's cloud data services SVP, Brendon Howe, discusses the company's cloud strategy and partnership with AWS in an interview with IT Brief.
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.
India’s external storage market jumps again – but change is on the horizon
The market recorded very healthy growth in Q2 2018, but IDC has revealed it there are some speed bumps coming.
Diligent and Brainloop fortify cloud governance offering
Diligent completes acquisition of Brainloop, making it the leading supplier of high-security collaboration software in Europe.
Dropbox and Google Cloud to deliver cross-platform integrations
From within Dropbox, users will have the option to open and edit compatible files directly in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Dropbox goes all out in rebrand, positions itself as creative collaboration platform
Users will begin to see Dropbox’s new look, from the website to products, over the next few weeks.
Veritas announces Veritas Cloud Storage for smarter storage of unstructured data
New software-defined storage innovations enable machine learning intelligence to help customers extract more value from their data.
The war on cloud pricing: Object storage moves into the mainstream
451 Research says that virtual machines have been the traditional battleground for price cuts as providers seek to gain attention and differentiation.
How to avoid that next storage hardware refresh
Customers tell me repeatedly that they dread the phone call from their hardware storage vendor. Every three or four years, the call is predictable.