Data Protection

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...

Your occasional storage roundup, including Datrium, Veeam, SUSE, Retrospect and more

Here we are in March already with another raft of storage news announcements for the start of the Spring season. Datrium jumps...

RackTop pushes NAS with built-in security and compliance

RackTop Systems is looking to grow the market for its line of NAS appliances featuring built-in encryption and compliance controls thanks to $15m in Series A financing....

Cohesity says: We will bring applications to the data and tackle your infrastructure sprawl

Cohesity has launched an applications marketplace that will enable customers to buy third party apps on its Data Platform. The company says the initiative...