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HYCU wants SaaS vendors to adopt its API for backup

HYCU has found another under-served backup market – SaaS app users – and wants SaaS vendors to write HYCU connectors using its API, instead of doing them...

Western Digital revenue misery continues

Western Digital has reported a drop in revenue of 36 percent annually for the second quarter of the dirve maker's FY23, surpassing its Q1 fall of 26...

Storage news roundup – January 31

Cyber security and backup storage supplier Acronis has announced a three-year partnership with London's oldest professional football club, Fulham FC. Acronis will provide Fulham with a suite...

Nasuni makes new board hire after bumper 2022

Nasuni cloud file services proved popular in 2022 with a 52 percent rise in customer numbers to almost 750, according to the privately-owned company's figures.
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NetApp wages ONTAP war on Dell and Pure

NetApp is presenting itself as the leading storage innovator compared to Dell and Pure Storage, with charts showing them lagging behind on 22 out of 25 innovations.
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LucidLink in depth: low/no egress charges and direct bucket access

This is the second part of our introduction to LucidLink Filespaces technology and where it's going. Part one gave an account of how and why its product...

LucidLink keeps remote workers in sync – fast

Cloud file services startup LucidLink tripled in size over the past year, keeping remote media content workers fed fast with data through sub-file movement and caching, and...
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Velero headache for Kasten, Portworx, Trilio

Velero is a startup open source project that thinks it could replace the container data protection technology of Veeam's Kasten business unit, Pure's Portworx, and also Trilio.

Commvault in the market for new CMO

Commvault has confirmed that Isabelle Guis is leaving her chief marketing officer (CMO) role and a spokesperson said a transition announcement will be made in the coming...

Sysdig’s open-source Falco draws on AIOps, data security to fight ransomware

Analysis: Falco, the open-source threat detection engine used by Sysdig, has extensibilty to AIOps and data security and could help combine them for better ransomware threat detection.