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Your Easter enterprise storage getaway

We have picked out four themes for you in our Easter enterprise storage roundup: flash arrays are taking over from disk arrays; backup to the cloud...

Zerto melds backup and disaster recovery for time-saving loveliness

Zerto has released Zerto 7.0, an update of its eponymous software that converges backup and disaster recovery using hypervisor-based replication and journalling for short- and long-term retention....

More storage river pointers to Cloud and Flash growth

Scanning the turbulent river that’s the storage market we can see four waves criss-crossing it this week that point to the strength of the cloud storage, flash...

Google Cloud serves up three-decker Backup-as-a-Service club sandwich

Actifio, Cohesity and HYCU have declared their support for Google Cloud Platform with backup-as-a-service versions of their software. The three backup suppliers announced their...

Exclusive: Veritas lays off Aussie tech staff

At least 20 Veritas tech staff have lost their jobs in the latest round of restructuring which sees the private equity-own company shutter Australia-based support at the...

Backup for a minute and scan this data protection news

A constant of life is that data protection products are always getting better. Five recent data protection news stories exemplify this, with Acronis, Exagrid,...

Veaam triumvirate takes charge – again

With the dust settling after Peter McKay’s October 2018 departure from being Veeam’s CEO how has the company changed and where is it going?

Igneous Systems raises $25m

Igneous Systems has slurped in $25m investment to fund sales efforts and technology development. Total Igneous funding is now $66.7m. Seattle-based Igneous was founded...

Pure Storage overcomes dedupe blocking with end-to-end encryption in flash array

Pure Storage has enlisted the help of Thales to build an end-to-end (E2) encryption facility with no deduplication blocking for the company's FlashArray//X. The...

‘DR’ in Druva stands for Disaster Recovery

Druva has added Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service based on the AWS public cloud. This means customers can avoid the expense of a second DR site or subscribe to DR facilities...