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Cohesity Launches Helios to Control Global Data Silos

Company’s new-gen data management and storage platform spans on-premises installations and private and public clouds and controls it all from one location.

How California’s New Consumer Privacy Act Stands to Impact Business

The new data privacy law is the state’s attempt to rectify the excesses revealed by Cambridge Analytica and other organizations in which consumer information was used, sold and frequently ravaged without consent.

IT Science Case Study: Animation Studio Finds New Storage Efficiencies

SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Isolated storage silos caused data redundancy, so Brown Bag Films decided to come up with a better strategy against data loss: a shared-storage solution.

DCIM Gains IT Buy-In With Swift, Budget-Friendly Benefits SLIDESHOW

Data center infrastructure management solutions bring the promise of immediate benefits without busting the IT budget—which is why most organizations today are acquiring these products.
Flash Memory Summit 2018 Reveals Best of Show Winners

Flash Memory Summit 2018 Reveals Best of Show Winners

“These industry-recognized awards went through a rigorous review process, and the winners represent true innovation as leaders in the flash marketplace,” Awards Program Chairman Jay Kramer said.

Toshiba Storage Software Now Enables NVMe-oF on TCP

The memory maker has enabled high-end data center networking to be run equally efficiently on standard TCP/IP, meaning that networking just became a lot easier and more accessible for a whole lot of workloads.

Nutanix Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Product Overview and Insight

The company's virtualized data center and storage platform enables enterprises to rapidly deliver a high-performance IT environment on demand, giving application owners a true cloud-like experience.

Toshiba Releases New 12TB, 14TB Hard Drives for NAS Integrators

The new MN07 group of enterprise hard drives utilizes a helium-sealed mechanical design to achieve their massive capacities.

HPI Puts Intel's Optane Chipset to Work in New Retail POS Devices

These new machines will be able to handle natively all sorts of mobile payment apps, such as Apple Wallet, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, a number of separate banking apps, and others.

Absolute Software: Product Overview and Analysis

Absolute gives enterprises visibility to protect every endpoint, remediate vulnerabilities and ensure compliance in the face of insider and external threats.

Why Flash Storage Will Remain Dominant for Several Years

Intel/Micron's 3D XPoint Memory, with significant gigabyte shipments in 2020-2021, and with an assumed significant price advantage versus DRAM, is expected to reach $3.0 billion in revenues by 2028, the report says.

HPE Adds More Automation, Predictive Intelligence to 3PAR Storage

Self-improving infrastructure and integrated automation is designed to speed time to bottom-line revenue for enterprises.

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