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Global security heavyweights win big at SANS Best of Awards
CrowdStrike, Carbon Black, Palo Alto Networks, FireEye, Cylance and LogRhythm were among the winners at the SANS Best of Awards this week.
The business case for storage simplicity
IT decision makers today have expectations around storage simplicity and ease of management for a reason
Synology FlashStation FS3017: Fast, affordable all-flash NAS for businesses
In case you missed it, NAS specialist Synology has recently announced its first flash storage appliance.
YOU'RE INVITED: Uptime Institute Symposium - Achieving IT Infrastructure Excellence
The rapid growth and implementation of technology has brought innovation and changed the way we do things – none less so than data storage.
Amazon's AWS S3 suffers failure - Slack, Medium and Quora all affected
The outage appeared to have begun around 12:35 pm eastern standard time.
Nimble surpasses 10k mission, partners dedicated to growth
"With the help of our tremendous partner ecosystem, more than 10,000 customers have purchased our Predictive Flash platform."
How is software-defined storage an opportunity for resellers?
Greg Wyman, ioFABRIC Asia Pacific vice president outlines why software defined storage is an opportunity for local resellers.
What's in store for the storage market in 2017?
“Next year, it will become painfully obvious which industry players are holding on to the 'speeds and feeds' model."
Crucial launches new modules to boost system performance in the data center
“Improving system performance in the data centre is one of many priorities organisations are looking to address."
2017 a year of change for Westcon-Comstor
Westcon-Comstor is bullish about 2017 as it strengthens its data centre focus - and promises 'a year of change'.
If storage were invented today, here’s what it would look like
Let us picture the ideal storage platform if the technology were invented today, without limitations, pre-conceived ideas or restrictions.
ioFABRIC eyes up APAC, signs first Australian distie
“The storage market is ripe for change, and ioFABRIC is the technology that will give traditional storage hardware vendors a run for their money."
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?