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New analysis paints a grim picture of data management pre-GDPR
Redscan’s data reveals most data breach reports were late and incomplete, and that GDPR is not necessarily the panacea solution.
Opinion: Leading your business to win in the age of data insights
Contino’s Andrew Venables discusses the power of actionable insights and where to begin to gain an advantage.
UK IT decision makers more concerned about Brexit than GDPR
When it comes to data sovereignty, UK businesses are less prepared and thus more concerned for what Brexit will bring.
Managed service providers can find value in storage as a service
Data storage is already a major pain for organisations and by 2025, data volumes will be close to 1,000% higher than they are today.
Why storage - not Brexit - is keeping CIOs up at night
In contrast to the shockwave felt from the recent ‘Brexit’ vote, the global tech sector appears by and large to have taken the decision in its stride.
Infinidat sales up 213%, thanks largely to channel partners
“Our quarterly sales growth continues at a triple-digit pace and is a direct result of our expansion across sales channels and around the globe."
Seagate struggles to maintain revenue in challenging IT storage industry
Seagate has experienced another drop in revenue for the Q3 2016, with the vendor claiming the decline is due to ‘several near-term demand factors'.
Nimble makes bold play to be leader in storage
"We finished fiscal year 2016 with solid results. Looking ahead to 2017, we are very excited about the prospects of our Predictive Flash platform."
Blue Coat and NetApp join forces to launch high-density storage solution
“By integrating a security analytics solution with high-density storage from NetApp, Blue Coat is enabling our customers to conduct faster analysis."
Nimble storage aids in Kiwi company's growth
“Nimble gives us two things. It's so easy we can manage storage ourselves, and secondly, we have enough capacity in there to grow so much more."