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The EU's GDPR is the most sweeping change to data protection in the past 20 years. C-level executives everywhere are scrambling to get a handle on what it means to their organizations and how they are going achieve compliance.
The partnership will create a scalable disk-based backup appliance to provide an alternative end-to-end data protection solution.
Google's new feature in Drive allows users to make comments directly on Microsoft Office files without requiring Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader local applications or end-use licenses.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The normal practice in most companies is to plan for a three to four year lifespan when budgeting for replacement computers, but suppose you don’t need to replace them?
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces its first new project for 2018, bringing in storage orchestration capabilities.
This is a new-age storage file system. For example, deep-learning analytics automatically identifies people, places and objects in photos and sorts them into albums accordingly.
The company has partnered with USDM Life Sciences, a risk management, technological innovation and business process optimization firm for the life sciences and healthcare industries, to provide the software for the project.
By using analytics, Komprise identifies the data best suited for the cloud, then transparently archives and replicates the data.
For IT managers looking for a new cloud backup provider, SoftNAS's Cloud Essentials v3.7, optimized for use alongside Veeam’s Availability Suite, becomes available later this month.
The County of San Mateo’s aging server infrastructure and lack of physical space made it difficult to support operations and take on new IT projects. Here’s how it handled the problem.
A security researcher discloses full details on multiple software vulnerabilities in Western Digital's My Cloud network-attached storage devices that have now been patched.