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Having a well-designed disaster recovery plan can be the difference between bouncing back from an incident or going under. Here's what to include in your plan.
Acronis Backup 12.5, available in both Standard and Advanced versions, has new functionality that supports more than 20 platforms.
Revenue in HPE's enterprise group division fell nearly 13 percent to $6.24 billion in the quarter ended April 30 — the steepest decline in several quarters. HPC and storage did well, however.
Intel, the current leader in supplying enterprise storage disks, is feeling the pressure from Samsung.
Enterprises should consider these nine principles when designing next generation storage infrastructures to support business critical workloads.
2017 has been, and will continue to be, a pivotal year for the huge corporation—the world’s largest and most diverse full-service IT hardware and software company.
The Datos IO platform understands data semantics at a table-level, record-level or column-level and enables rich data services such as search and analytics to flow smoothly.
Google says its own studies show that pumping 1.5 million gallons a day from an aquifer to cool its Mount Pleasant, S.C. data center will have no adverse effects on local groundwater supplies.
The new integrated solution enables high-performance global file locking, file access and sharing for all local users across a global enterprise.
Each of the four new facilities that opened April 26 has the capacity for thousands of physical servers and offers a full range of cloud infrastructure services.
Rubrik has always been about new-gen hybrid storage systems comprised of on-premises hardware combined with cloud services. Now the whole shebang works solely in the cloud.
Violin will retain its proprietary intellectual property, customer base and professional team. The private fund will handle the business of the company.