Cloud Storage news stories - Page 3
The war on cloud pricing: Object storage moves into the mainstream
451 Research says that virtual machines have been the traditional battleground for price cuts as providers seek to gain attention and differentiation.
How to avoid that next storage hardware refresh
Customers tell me repeatedly that they dread the phone call from their hardware storage vendor. Every three or four years, the call is predictable.
Nimble Storage deploys multi-cloud storage for the enterprise
"Enterprises maximize flexibility by using a multicloud storage service that allows mobility between public clouds and their data center."
Tata Communications to resell SwiftStack storage through data centers
SwiftStack has signed on Tata Communications, Vizrt, Avere and Mirantis as reseller partners for its object storage and asset management.
Seagate expects $2.9 billion revenue from cloud capacity and HDD shipments
Seagate has reported its preliminary financials for its first quarter of 2017, expecting revenue generation of approximately $2.8 billion.
Acronis innovation puts businesses back in the control room
"Data is the lifeline of every business – without it businesses cannot survive in today’s digital world. Data must be protected."
Hitachi Data Systems
Hitachi powers cloud consolidation across two NZ data centers
Hitachi Data Systems has helped a NZ govt organization to move to the cloud, consolidating its storage environment across two data centers.
ASE, NetApp partnership brings new cloud solutions to SMEs
Two Australian software giants have partnered to create two new cloud management offerings that will service SMEs and data centres worldwide.
ASE customers get double the deal
"We set out to be the most secure and innovative in terms of cloud services providers."
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Unisys awarded AWS Government Competency for cloud solutions expertise
Unisys has been named as one of the first partners to achieve Amazon Web Services (AWS) Government Competency in cloud solutions to AWS customers.
Storage squeeze: Why 2016 is the year of consolidation in the storage industry
Today’s storage market is a tussle between old and new, so how will the industry cope and what can we expect in the future?
From servers to DNA - is this the future of data storage?
A new technique could shrink the space needed to store digital data that today would fill a small shopping complex down to the size of a sugar cube.
Conversant turns its sights on Sydney
Leading Australasian cloud communications provider Conversant has Sydney businesses in its sights.
How can you take advantage of public cloud object-based storage?
It’s almost a given that you’ve had cloud service providers and vendors flooding your inbox with emails about object-based storage. So what is it?
Three cloud storage models and how to make them work for your organisation
The virtualisation of the data centre has prompted a virtualisation wave in storage, as has the rise of cloud data centres.
Is cloud storage responsible for PELS downfall?
"The growing utilisation of cloud storage continues to negatively affect the demand for personal and entry-level storage."
Acronis updates cloud backup solution for family data
The two most common data protection problems that families face today are damaged or lost devices, and running out of disk space on their devices.
Cloud bites deep into entry-level and personal storage market
Cloud storage is biting deep into personal and entry-level storage shipments, which tumbled as consumers and small business took to cloud.
BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
How to make money using cloud from traditional on premise companies
After extensive research into the Australian and New Zealand market, Telsyte, says spending outside of the IT department within organisations is on the rise, with disruptive trends increasing the pace of change.
Data savings app Opera Max comes to New Zealand
Opera Max starts rerouting data traffic on the mobile device to the Opera data-savings cloud, using a virtual private network.
Christchurch theatre selects Priava cloud technology for restored venue
Offered in the cloud as a service, Priava enables venue managers to chart and plan future venue availability and review both customer history and ongoing operational trends in real time.
Storage limits become thing of the past with Microsoft’s OneDrive
Microsoft has announced they are abolishing space restrictions on its cloud-based OneDrive storage services for its Office 365 subscribers
Effortless data meets private cloud
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Lee-Ann Tan, Regional Sales Director, APCA and Middle East at Overland Storage, says the company is seeing growth opportunities in the cloud market.
Keep your personal data safe with ‘My Cloud’ from Western Digital
The necessity to keep personal information and documentation safe has become a priority over recent times and cloud based storage has become a simple and clutter free option for most.