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The complete guide to choosing between tape vs disk

Since the cost comparison between tape and disk is obviously far more complex than the media itself, this brief outlines all the considerations necessary for a more complete understanding of the...

Dropbox integration by oneSafe delivers multiplatform sync of passwords and private data

Lunabee announced that oneSafe now supports Dropbox delivering real-time multiplatform sync of passwords and private information across Mac, iOS, and Android Devices. Using oneSafe users can now...

NetApp data deduplication and other strategies

In data storage parlance, deduplication is the process of identifying and deleting duplicates of data. Depending on the vendor and the situation, deduplication can be achieved in different ways. For...

How Brocade plans to tackle the Big Data opportunity

Growing interest around cloud computing is accelerating the build out of datacentres around the world including Asia. At the same time, enterprises that can afford their own datacentre infrastructure...

Symantec NetBackup upgrade promises 400x faster VM recovery

Symantec says the new NetBackup 7.6 upgrade will bring new functionality to protect the largest scale VMware-based environments as enterprises move to a software-defined datacentre architecture....

Convergence, Big Data and Hybrid SDN to impact storage in 2014

The storage industry has seen dramatic shifts in the past few years with the massive explosion of unstructured data and the emergence of open hybrid cloud deployments. And, this trend is expected to...

The rise of the Chief Data Officer

Organisations are creating, accessing and using more sources and types of information than ever before. This trend, combined with the increasing need to understand how data is being used within a...

Frost says finance and government are most targeted by cyber criminals

The latest Frost & Sullivan report Analysis of the Global Web and Email Content Security Market reveal that security professionals rank 1) application vulnerabilities, 2) malware, followed by 3)...

Tape to outlast deduplication

Tape to outlast deduplication? Back in 2009 deduplication** looked like it may be the technology to finally replace tape. Today when we consider how backup technology is progressing we at...

Backup as a Service tutorial

When old technology meets new technology. As acceptance of computing delivered as a service, we thought it made sense to get a refresher on what backup delivered with a twist - as a service. In...

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