Business Continuity news stories - Page 3
8x8 partners with EIMS to build remote working solutions
As the world mobilises workforces to work from home, new solutions have risen to accomodate such a rapid and unprecedented shift.
Westcon-Comstor '100% operational' in face of COVID-19
The company’s managing director Dave Rosenberg released a statement today outlining its business continuity plans to ensure disruption is limited.
HP CEO: "Please stay safe" during coronavirus outbreak
“The entire HP leadership team and I are ready to support you in the coming weeks and months. Do not hesitate to reach out to us or our teams at any time.”
Hillstone Networks bolsters DR preparedness for Bank of China Macau
Hillstone Networks is helping Bank of China Macau improve disaster prevention and disaster response initiatives, with the goal of achieving 24/7/365 availability without compromising security or performance.
BitSight enhances fourth-party risk management solution
BitSight for Fourth-Party enables customers to identify areas of business and cyber risk. It does this by automatically pinpointing connections between any organisation, its business partners, and potentially risky fourth parties.
RingCentral deploys IT solutions for Sydney's BridgeClimb
BridgeClimb deployed RingCentral Office and RingCentral Contact Centre Solutions across its entire staff in October 2019 – a rollout that took just seven weeks.
Cloud4C achieves Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Services Provider status
"We are committed to delivering value-based business outcomes by staying true to our ‘Total Ownership Philosophy’ and helping enterprises seamlessly deploy and manage workloads on Microsoft Azure."
SolarWinds announces new backup solution for Office 365
Backup for Office 365 backs up and helps restore data across Exchange, OneDrive and SharePoint.
Vertiv to go public on New York Stock Exchange
Vertiv is going public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), thanks to a merger with a special purpose acquisition company called GS Acquisition Holdings (GSAH).
FireEye rolls out threat intelligence platform for industrial systems
Now industrial control systems (ICS), operational technology (OT), internet of things devices, and other equipment used to manage interconnected physical processes, can be secured from cyber threats.
This holiday season, give your data centre manager the gift of clarity
With any infrastructure deployment, it’s self-evident that monitoring, maintenance, troubleshooting and visibility into the data centre are major concerns.
StorageCraft report suggests firms need a 'ransomware reality check'
68% of respondents have a ransomware recovery plan, yet almost a quarter (23%) don’t test those plans, and 46% test them once a year or less.
IBM works with airline IT provider to bolster business continuity
Hitit will adopt IBM’s infrastructure, including availability zones, to serve as the primary back-up to its on-premises data centre for resiliency and disaster recovery.
Virtana enhances hybrid IT infrastructure management platform
VirtualWisdom 6.3 reflects Virtana’s push into capacity management with global storage array analytics, an expanded range of integrations, and new portable reports and dashboards.
QNAP to support Archiware backup solutions
NAS solutions provider QNAP and data management software firm Archiware have jointly announced that QNAP’s NAS operating system QTS 4.4.1 now supports Archiware and Pure software.
Acronis makes strategic acquisition to strengthen security portfolio
Acronis will integrate 5nine’s technology into the Acronis Cyber Platform, making new services available through the Acronis Cyber Cloud Solutions portal.
Dell, HPE, NetApp lead global enterprise backup & storage market
Dell, HPE, NetApp, Hitachi and IBM all lead the global market for backup software – a market that is expected to reach US$14.23 billion (AU$20.8 billion) by 2022.
Veritas announces support for AWS Outposts
Veritas Technologies can now support AWS Outposts, hailing a new era of enterprise workload protection for end user customers, no matter where they are running.
IT channel companies sharpen focus on emerging tech, new partnerships & marketing
“The disruption of the digital age has changed how the industry does business dramatically, which prompts questions around the channel’s role and relevance in the future."
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Fortinet unveils dynamic cloud security integrations for AWS
“The cloud provides a number of business-critical benefits, and having the right security solutions in place is key in successful cloud operations.”
APAC firms struggle to meet new lease accounting standards
Most businesses across Asia Pacific will spend much of 2020 trying to work towards full compliance with the IFRS 16 lease accounting standards, as organisations tackle major challenges.
ADLINK brings automation to edge computing with Intel and AWS
ADLINK AI at the Edge solution ‘closes the loop’ on the full cycle of machine learning model building, from design to deployment to improvement.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Veeam launches AWS-native backup & recovery solution on AWS Marketplace
Veeam Backup for Amazon Web Services (AWS) will be available exclusively through AWS Marketplace as both a free and paid version.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Druva extends data protection capabilities for AWS workloads
Capabilities include backup and data management, and long-term archiving for Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) snapshots.