Michael Alp stories
Australian firms breach no-payment policies due to cyberattacks
Research by AI data security firm Cohesity reveals escalating cyberattacks are forcing companies into paying ransoms, contradicting no-payment strategies, with difficulties in data recovery exacerbating the issue.
Cohesity reveals companies’ cyber resilience deficiencies
According to the research, 78% of respondents say their company will pay a ransom to recover data and restore business processes.
Cohesity exposes gaps in cyber resilience and security
Cohesity research shows organisations are open to paying ransoms because of cyber resilience and data recovery gaps.
Cohesity partners Google Cloud to expand generative AI capabilities
Cohesity unveils Cohesity Turing, an expanding set of AI capabilities that powers deep AI-driven insights for customers across industries and geographies.
Cohesity expands its partnership with data security alliance
Integrating security and data management leaders can improve global detection, protection, and recovery for thousands of companies.
Cohesity appoints Michael Alp as Australia & New Zealand managing director
Michael Alp, former vice president of Pure Storage, has become the new managing director of Cohesity in Australia and New Zealand. #data #management.
Pure Storage partners with Matrix Solutions, showcasing importance of as-a-service models
Multi-cloud storage provider Pure Storage has announced its partnership with Australian managed service provider Matrix Solutions.
Cyber-insurance or self-insurance: how businesses can recover from ransomware attacks
Putting the right infrastructure solutions in place will help businesses reduce their risk profile by ensuring backups are protected from attack.
Why Storage-as-a-Service is a great way forward for smart organisations
Moving to STaaS can help overcome barriers and unleash the power of data for smart organisations, Pure Storage vice president for ANZ Michael Alp.
The changing economics in enterprise IT
COVID-19 has accelerated businesses' move to the cloud as part of their digital transformation, but there are key considerations to keep in mind.
The rise of Flash-to-Flash-to-Cloud backup
Study: Poor data storage plagues worker efficiency; firms urged to modernise for strategic gain.
Why flash should be considered the storage king
Firms lose 2 hours/day on data searches, sparking the need for modern data protection and storage tech.