Storj Labs announces new funding and general availability of its crowdsourced distributed storage platform, which lets anyone in the world sell their unused storage capacity securely.
Built on the long relationship between the two companies, the deal includes collaboration tools to jointly sell hybrid cloud storage solutions to mutual customers.
Flash users are realizing that pure-play all-flash systems cannot address the new requirements arising from a so-called "third wave" of flash evolution.
Using this package, data can be consolidated and replicated to a central data center for disaster recovery and long-term retention.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Storage and data protection have come from far behind the other key components of IT--computing and networking--to catch up in terms of innovation.
Platform manages physical Windows servers to obtain actionable insights from data visualization of the entire data management platform and secures data at rest.
Microsoft's Azure Cloud platform as a service gains new data protection capabilities and an expanded set of new storage management features aimed at large-scale workloads.
Live event date: Feb. 9, 2017 @ 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. Make your plans to join us; see links below to register.
Customers can now add another layer of security which Storage Service Encryption when ensures their cloud files remain encrypted while stored on Microsoft cloud services.
NEWS ANALYSIS: All-flash storage already has optimized structured data in databases, applications and VMs. Unstructured data is set for a similar transformation.
The Minio server enables applications to manage massive quantities of unstructured data and helps developers to adopt emerging cloud-hosting providers.
VoltDB powers business apps that manage vast amounts of data generated from industrial sensors, global credit card terminals, cell phones or even slot machines.
Cloud storage and collaboration tool provider now has 500 million users and has surpassed a $1 billion run rate for its fiscal year--a milestone for any company.
IT professionals increasingly are finding that changing times aren’t always the best of times, according to new data from IT modernization company Vision Solutions. In a global survey of nearly 1,600 IT professionals, Vision Solutions discovered the biggest challenges and opportunities affecting respondents in the ever-changing tech landscape. It found that disaster recovery is fraught with troubles and IT professionals don’t always know who is responsible for certain kinds of data. IT professionals also discussed the potential value in transferring business data to the cloud and revealed that a “no-cloud” policy is slowing giving way to a “must-have” cloud policy. Overall, the survey found the corporate IT landscape is changing rapidly as companies attempt to modernize their infrastructure and prepare for new business opportunities. But all this rapid change is putting pressure on IT decision-makers. This slide show discusses what it’s like to be on the front lines, trying to efficiently adopt new IT technologies at the office while maintaining business continuity.
The corporation is under high pressure due to financial scandals, and the flash business would be better insulated if it were an independent company.