I’ve seen more than a few dead hard drives in my time. Perhaps the most devastating was on my old family computer, which I had taken with me to college. This was long before the words “data protection” had ever entered my lexicon. The old HP machine had over 8 years of files on it, […]
The economics for an All-Flash solution as a backup target might not seem to make sense. But Dan Frith makes the case why FlashBlade doesn’t just work, but excels in the right environment.
I’ve written recently about how the data protection industry has become one of the hot parts of the tech market, with a mix of innovation from established providers like Veeam, Commvault and Veritas, as well as exciting new players like Rubrik and Cohesity. Many of these companies are bringing interesting innovation and an overdue change […]
There weren’t many choices until now in the enterprise market for an efficient and open secondary storage / backup platform. To address this challenge, INFINIDAT have recently introduced a new addition to their portfolio: InfiniGuard. InfiniGuard promises enterprise-class data protection at petabyte scale with lightning fast recovery. What does this entail for customers, and what is InfiniGuard?
Many who have moved to Office365 have assumed Microsoft is “backing up” and protecting their critical data assets. While Microsoft offers some data protection, they are not responsible for the protection of your data and certainly are not protecting it from deletion be it accidental or malicious. So, if Microsoft isn’t responsible for it, who is? The answer of course is us, me and you, we are responsible for OUR data when it resides within the Office365 service. Paul Stringfellow looks at how to protect your data in Office365.
The EU GDPR data privacy regulation is set to go live later this year. What is GDPR? What makes it so special for the protection of personal data? What do you need to know to get compliant before it’s too late? Tom Hollingsworth walks you through the pieces to help make sense of this landmark regulation.
Druva is not as new a company as the “launch” nomenclature indicates. The company has spent years building a data protection product, inSync, for remote enterprise PCs and already boasts hundreds of customers. The company is profitable and successful already, but decided to come to the United States and initiate a growth effort.
Day 2 of Tech Field Day began with data management startup, Actifio. The Boston-based software company just recently came out of stealth and were eager to discuss their technology with the Field Day delegates.
Veeam have just released some White Papers all written by VMware vExperts.
I usually welcome discussion (and even argument) about the things I know best: There is always more to learn, and the best insights come through engaging those who disagree with us. But some ideas have been argued so well for so long that they deserve enshrinement. For example, although non-scientists like to argue about evolution […]