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The ransomware attack happened on your watch. Why shouldn’t I fire you?

A ransomware attack happens. An organisation has to pay a ransom to get its encrypted files back. Why? Because there were no clean backup copies. At first...

Snowflake completes biggest software IPO of all time

Snowflakes shares begin trading today on the NYSE, with the company raising $3.36bn at a valuation of $33.6bn. This is the largest software IPO of all time....

Nvidia to enter DPU business via $40bn Arm acquisition

GPU maker Nvidia is buying Arm Holdings from Softbank for $40bn, according to numerous reports, and so getting into the Data Processing Unit (DPU) business.

Our storage digest takes to the skies with Acronis, Inspur, Nutanix and DataStax

We start our latest storage news roundup with electric VTOL racing aircraft whose data needs protecting. Step forward Acronis. Inspur severs firm the basis of its Nutanix...

In this week in storage, SK hynix review ploy does not go well, and...

Who doesn't love a benchmark? Lenovo, for starters, when it thinks it is open to manipulation. And who doesn't love a geek who refuses to play to...

This week in storage, featuring Liqid, Snowflake Computing, Ceph and a sausage factory and...

This roundup discusses the seemingly outlandish Ceph and a sausage factory, as well as comparability startup Liqid getting a brace of supercomputer contracts and Panasas giving Spectrum...

Cohesity speeds up flash performance, hangs out with more hardware vendors

Cohesity has accelerated its software with 'I/O Boost', a flash technology that, it says, improves backup and access performance by two-to-eight times compared with disk drives.

Your occasional storage digest with WekaIO, Scality and more

This week's storage news roundup features Weka going to Mars, Scality going to jail, and host of supporting stories. WekaIO goes to Mars

Pure and Cohesity team up with FlashRecover data protection

Pure Storage is reselling Cohesity software with its FlashBlade storage array to provide a single flash-to-flash-cloud, data protection and secondary data management system.

Hubstor offers unified cloud platform for backup and archiving

Sponsored Tucked away in his files, HubStor CEO Geoff Bourgeois still has the scribbled notes in which he and co-founder Greg Campbell first sketched out the idea...