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  • November 30, 2017 30 Nov'17

    Barracuda Networks going private

    Barracuda Networks became the latest public technology vendor to go private when equity firm Thoma Bravo agreed to pay $1.6 billion this week to acquire the security and data protection vendor. The ...

  • November 29, 2017 29 Nov'17

    Data recovery plans face tall task as storage levels grow

    Too much data is weighing heavily on data recovery plans, according to a recent survey. The problem has scaled beyond what many organizations can handle, said Douglas Brockett, president of backup ...

  • November 29, 2017 29 Nov'17

    Pure Storage revenue boost puts it on ‘march to profit’

    Pure Storage hit a home run in its first quarter under CEO Charlie Giancarlo. Pure Storage revenue of $278 million last month exceeded the high point of its  guidance and increased 41% from last ...

  • November 26, 2017 26 Nov'17

    Like its CEO, HPE storage in transition phase

    Meg Whitman says it’s time for “a new generation” to take over Hewlett Packard Enterprise. She was talking about the CEO change when she made that comment during the company’s earnings call last ...

  • November 22, 2017 22 Nov'17

    StorOne attacks bottlenecks with new TRU storage software

    After six years of development, an Israeli startup launches new Total Resource Utilization storage software that aims to eliminate bottlenecks and improve storage efficiency.

  • November 20, 2017 20 Nov'17

    Infinidat embeds SAN, NAS replication in InfiniBox R4

    Infinidat's software upgrade eschews SCSI in favor of custom IP-based replication protocol. The vendor claims InfiniBox R4 delivers target writes at sub-400-millisecond latency.

  • November 16, 2017 16 Nov'17

    Quobyte preps 2.0 Data Center File System software update

    One startup's 'Google-style' software-defined storage upgrade features 'table stakes,' such as volume mirroring for disaster recovery and support for Mac and Windows clients.

  • November 16, 2017 16 Nov'17

    NetApp revenue rides flash gravy train

    NetApp is showing a legacy storage array vendor can still increase revenue impressively during these days of scant storage growth. NetApp Wednesday night reported its fourth straight quarter of ...

  • November 15, 2017 15 Nov'17

    Amazon not to blame for S3 cloud storage lapses

    The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) has been giving big businesses –and their customers -- big trouble. It was reported earlier this summer that high-profile companies left data in their S3 ...

  • November 14, 2017 14 Nov'17

    Dell EMC: Big data lakes will like our Elastic Data Platform

    Dell EMC big data storage has a sharper focus. The vendor recently launched Elastic Data Platform (EDP), a series of reference architecture geared for Hadoop and related big data environments.  EDP ...

  • November 14, 2017 14 Nov'17

    Panasas storage, director blades split into separate devices

    Panasas hybrid storage offers 57 PB of raw capacity with 200 shelves. ActiveStor Director 100 sits atop a rack of Panasas arrays. Customers can scale types and capacities of media.

  • November 14, 2017 14 Nov'17

    Commvault GO: ‘Sully,’ Swan emphasize good data’s value

    We hear a lot of talk these days about machine learning and artificial intelligence. Those are hot and valuable technologies, but two speakers at Commvault GO last week highlighted the importance ...

  • November 13, 2017 13 Nov'17

    Nutanix backup choices expand

    Options for Nutanix backup are growing for customers using the hyper-converged vendor’s AHV hypervisor. At Nutanix’s European .NEXT user conference last week, backup software market leader Veritas ...

  • November 10, 2017 10 Nov'17

    Quantum CEO Gacek’s a goner after poor quarter

    Quantum CEO Jon Gacek is out following poor sales results for the data protection and scale-out storage vendor last quarter. The Quantum board named director Adalio Sanchez as interim CEO. Chairman ...

  • November 09, 2017 09 Nov'17

    SMB ransomware report: Attacks frequent, backups key piece

    Ransomware attacks on SMBs have increased, according to a recent survey, but backup and disaster recovery platforms can calm data protection fears. An estimated 5% of SMBs worldwide fell victim to ...

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