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Fujitsu, Osaka University & Scality embark on cold data storage trial
The new project will put cold data storage field trials at the forefront of intercontinental data center coordination.
2017 and beyond: What it looks like for IT
"Last year, we said digital changes were coming fast. This year the acceleration continues and may have wide-ranging impact on people and technology."
All-Flash storage gives partners a competitive edge
Vendor partners must be innovative at every stage of the development process & be able to add a layer of value that’s personalised for customers.
Red Hat pulls the cat out with new OpenStack platform
The open Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform is designed to deploy, scale and manage private cloud, public cloud and NFV environments.
At last – data storage as easy as turning on the tap!
Data storage should be just like the plumbing in a house or office. Want water, turn on the tap. Want colder or hotter water, adjust the tap.
Microsoft's huge breakthrough with DNA data storage
Researchers at Microsoft and the University of Washington have reached an early milestone by storing a record 200 megabytes of data within DNA.
Hands-on review: QNAP TVS-882 - a solution for SMBs
Data is becoming more and more important every day, and is crucial for businesses both large and small - QNAP has the solution for SMBs.
Commvault recognised for data center backup and recovery
"It has always been all about the data, and the new Magic Quadrant validates our strategy to help companies manage and protect their data."
Manageability top concern for data center professionals
“While performance remains a top challenge, IT pros are increasingly concerned about the challenge of managing a complex virtualised infrastructure."
Brocade and EMC, bringing data centers into the modern age
“Flash is fundamentally changing the requirements for the network in the modern data center,” says Jack Rondoni from Brocade.
HPE aims storage portfolio directly at market disruption
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has the necessary pieces to capitalise on the current disruption hitting the storage world.
Storage squeeze: Why 2016 is the year of consolidation in the storage industry
Today’s storage market is a tussle between old and new, so how will the industry cope and what can we expect in the future?
Pure Storage ups investment into open source and cloud computing
"Pure's expanded capabilities around OpenStack demonstrate the sophistication and continued evolution of our solutions."
Leading NAS vendor transforms on-premise storage solutions
In recent years, cloud services have opened up countless new possibilities for businesses’ IT deployment strategies.
Lack of security and skills halting adoption of hybrid IT
“In short, IT is everywhere. Effectively managing and monitoring the new environment is more critical now than ever.”
Does your company have a 'courtesy car' in case of disaster?
All computer hardware fails. Regardless of whether it is because of age or an accident, data loss is almost inevitable. Is there a solution?
Infinidat amps up global expansion, opens two new Aussie offices
Infinidat is expanding operations as a direct result of increasing universal demand for InfiniBox, the company’s flagship enterprise storage array.
Citirix, HP and IBM lead the pack in storage visualisation market
The storage virtualisation market is highly competitive, but some vendors are standing out from the crowd. Technavio has identified the top six.
Samsung begins shipping monster 15TB SSD for enterprise storage
Samsung has begun shipping the industry’s largest solid state drive – a 15TB offering designed for enterprise storage systems.
Duo bullish for 2016 as it opens Auckland office
Duo is eyeing up big growth in the year ahead as it opens an Auckland office and signs up new vendors.
Cisco flexes data center muscle with new offerings
Cisco is jumping into the hyperconverged market – and re-entering the storage market – with a raft of new data center offerings.
Brocade ups speed with ‘next wave of storage innovation’
Brocade has launched what it says is the industry's first Gen 6 fibre channel switches for storage networking, featuring 100 million IOPs.
IBM and SanDisk collaborate on all-flash storage solution
“These solutions will be designed to break new ground and make all-flash storage exceedingly cost-effective for a wide range of use cases."
Is there a way to sync, share and control data securely?
As employees and partners collaborate through file sync and sharing services, sensitive data is often put at risk of compromise and non-compliance.