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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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...