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BackBlaze posts losses, but sales are up

The good ship Backblaze, loaded with cloud and backup storage, grew revenues 27 percent year on year in the third 2023 quarter, beating expectations, but more than...

Acronis aims ML-boosted management software at MSP backup and security clients

MSPs will be able to manage more and bigger clients with fewer staff, claims Acronis, talking up its new machine learning-boosted management product, which also includes more...

Veeam and Datto rival N-able talks up Cove backup

N-able revealed details of its Cove SaaS backup offering at an IT Press Tour briefing, saying it competes with Veeam and Datto and offers equivalent services through...

Storage news roundup

The SNIA has set up a Blockchain Storage Committee  to address the needs of the technical community’s desire to engage in alliance-building and marketplace-driven activities, whereby all...
Storage news

Storage news roundup – November 3

Christian van den Branden Data protector Arcserve has appointed Christian van den Branden as CTO, leading the global research and development group, advancing...

Cohesity: Don’t rely on ransomware guarantees

Cohesity has suggested that ransomware recovery failure guarantees – such as the ones that Druva and Rubrik offer – are not worth the paper they are written...

Commvault delivers 10 quarters of growth

Against a background of storage media suppliers announcing downturns, Commvault reported its tenth growth quarter in a row, beating analysts’ earnings and profits estimates.

NetApp introduces Blue XP data management

NetApp is announcing the availability of Blue XP, a software control plane to manage a customer’s data estate in a hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud environment with extensibility...

Storage news ticker – October 31

Cloud storage and backup provider Backblaze has announced better than expected preliminary results for Q3 2022. Revenue is expected to be between $22.0 and $22.1 million versus...

Veeam launches Backup for Salesforce

Veeam can now protect a Salesforce user's data and metadata, extending its protection surface from on-premises and the public cloud to the SaaS app sphere.