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Six IT security priorities to put in place for 2018
With 2017 winding down, Jim Cook, Malwarebytes A/NZ regional director talks about the top 10 security concerns for the year ahead.
Hurricanes offer hard lessons but also prove value of disaster preparedness
With their homes uninhabitable, the employees brought their families to one of the few buildings that withstood the storm: the data center.
Commvault drops 3 new data recovery services especially for laptops - Commvault GO 2017
On top of the Commvault’s latest SaaS solution, customers can add on Commvault Endpoint Search.
Data storage lifespans: How long will your media really last?
No data storage medium lasts forever. StorageCraft's Marina Brook outlines the options and the latest thinking on their respective lifespans.
Seven strategies for better SCADA data protection
SCADA systems can be open to data loss or cyber crime. StorageCraft’s Marina Brook offers some tips to improve protection.
Interview: Datto talks ransomware and 'cyber extortion'
Datto vp Rob Rae talks ransomware, the worrying trend of cyber extortion, the role of the channel and how to protect against ransomware.
The top five ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent it
StorageCraft’s Marina Brook offers up tips on the most common ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent cloud data loss.
Cloudera launches new software for the shared data experience
“Companies often cite security, governance, and complexity among their primary reasons for not moving their operational workloads to cloud."
Dell EMC leading declining purpose-built backup appliance market
Dell EMC is continuing to hold top spot in the declining purpose-built backup appliance market as end users explore new technologies.
Businesses paid $301 million to ransomware hackers last year
Datto has revealed the results of its latest study of ransomware around the world that are concerning to say the very least.
StorageCraft offers partners US$100,000 'recovery guarantee'
StorageCraft is offering up a US$100,000 guarantee to local partners for the recovery of virtual or physical machines, on premises or in the cloud.
MSP NetCare reaps benefits from move to new backup vendor
Sydney managed service provider NetCare says it has slashed the time it takes monitoring and maintaining backups after moving to StorageCraft.
Eaton continues Asia expansion with new Singapore office
The power management company’s new office will house 200 employees and joins its six existing offices.
Asustor ramps up its cloud backup service with IDrive integration
Asustor NAS’ features include an array of data backup and restoration functions, such as ASUSTOR Backup Plan (ABP).
Paragon Software previews 16th version of Hard Disk Manager
Create Backup Job Wizard has several built-in automatic backup strategies to choose from, or users can create their own.
Veeam enterprise push gains further strength with Magic Quadrant leadership ranking
Veeam's enterprise push has received another boost, with the vendor a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions
HPE Backup Suite gets a major security boost in latest upgrade
HPE’s adaptive backup and recovery suite has received an upgrade in its latest version, bringing always-on security capabilities.
Ingram Micro Showcase 2017 As it Happens: Getting SaaS-y with backup
As you move to the cloud and SaaS applications, don’t forget about backup.
Airport software failure in AU's major cities - what needs to be done?
Zerto country manager for ANZ says the outage is only half the story as it's about how fast an organisation can recover that makes the difference.
Ransomware? What's that? Survey finds consumer ignorance prevails
“We tend to think of it as a problem for business or government. The fact of the matter is that most of it is affecting anyone with a computer."
Acronis announces features to open new revenue opportunities for MSPs
“Acronis Backup Cloud now helps service providers to capture new business and on sell more services to existing customers."
Why we need to stop calling it the ‘year of ransomware’
Without fail for the past few years, there’s someone who takes it upon themselves to declare it the ‘year of ransomware.’ That's nothing new.
In-depth: Norton by Symantec explains how Kiwi SMBs lose $19,000 from cyber attacks
“We encourage people not to pay. They need to protect themselves and they need to back up their data."
Acronis: Australian companies are 'unaware of the importance of data backup'
Crazy Domains Australia has chosen Acronis Backup Cloud to bring hybrid cloud backup solutions to customers.