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How to stop your data lake from turning into a data swamp
Collecting data is easy – it’s gleaning the intelligence that’s the difficult part.
AWS launches Outposts in New Zealand & APAC
“We are pleased to bring this service to our customers and partners in New Zealand to help them benefit from the accelerated pace of innovation in the cloud, and support low latency and local data processing requirements."
HPE adds AI intelligence to storage solutions
Updates Primera and Nimble Storage with AI-driven automation solutions to reduce workload and improve reliability.
Cloudian launches cloud storage monitoring tool
The solution, called HyperIQ, features storage and user analytics and enables managers to conduct health checks and optimise resources – from a single interface.
What happens when you run Linux on a toaster?
Just because you can build a toaster that runs Linux, it doesn’t mean you should. So why are you using commodity hardware in your data centre that was built to do something else entirely?
QNAP releases new NAS series for home users
The TS-x31K series NAS is designed for home and personal cloud storage for users who wish to build their own private clouds.
Nutanix teams up with Veeam to simplify data protection
Nutanix and Veeam Software have teamed up to offer a data protection and management solution, designed to support storage environments.
QNAP releases two new JBOD enclosure models
The multi-platform 8-bay desktop TL-D800C and 12-bay rackmount TL-R1200C-RP USB 3.2 Gen 2 JBOD storage enclosure.
Acronis deploys Western Digital storage to meet data center demand
“Western Digital is committed to providing modular and efficient platforms that we use when architecting multi-petabyte style environments for our customers."
Leader appointed Western Digital distributor for Australia and New Zealand
The appointment will enable Leader and its regional channel resellers to distribute Western Digital’s solutions to meet growing demand for storage solutions and services among SMB and distributed enterprises.
Aussie businesses struggling with data and storage strategies
"Lack of senior buy-in, coupled with budget constraints, will create ongoing challenges when securing, organising and gleaning insights from data effectively."
Virtual data rooms market showing impressive growth
Driven by growing demand for easy and secure ways for storage of critical data and increasing need for transparent and efficient data sharing options.
Mellanox takes NVMe/TCP and RoCE fabrics to new heights
ConnectX SmartNICs and BlueField I/O processing units (IPUs) are first 200Gb/s adapters to support NVMe-oF over TCP and RoCE as well as IPsec and TLS security acceleration.
Dicker Data gets first Aussie shipment of FujiFilm LTO-8 data tapes
It is a major purchase of tapes that are in high demand to provide for customers nationwide.
Data challenges to growth in the APAC region
In order to meet and ultimately overcome data challenges throughout the APAC region, industries must address their current storage solutions.
Emergence of large enterprise set to propel data storage market
The movement to hybrid storage, proliferated use of smart phones, laptops, and tablets has increased penetration of storage data management.
HPE names Commvault as partner of the year
"It's an honour to award partners who have excelled in developing their partnerships with HPE and grown mutual business opportunities with collaborative solutions for our joint customers."
How big data is enhancing the worlds food chain
We explain how one German firm is using big data to feed the worlds growing population.
HPE brings AI to mission-critical storage management
HPE has introduced a new platform designed to bring AI capabilities into mission-critical storage management.
Mobility and digitalization fuelling Next Generation data storage
Global Next Generation Data Storage Market size is expected to reach $106.3 billion by 2024, according to a new report by KBV Research.
Almost half of storage devices for sale contain personal info, study finds
If you’re thinking of selling a device with any type of storage, you may want to triple check that you’ve wiped all of your personal information off it before you send it away.
61% of CIOs believe employees leak data maliciously
Egress conducted a survey to examine the root causes of employee-driven data breaches, their frequency, and impact.
Cohesity and Softbank partner to offer data services in Japan
The joint venture asserts it will enable Japanese enterprises to back up, store, manage and derive insights from all of their secondary data and applications.
Storage is all the rage, and SmartNICs are the key
Mellanox’s Kevin Deierling shares the results from a new survey that identifies the key role of the network in boosting data centre performance.