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Multi-cloud
Multicloud complexity and related costs on the rise
As multicloud complexity and the related costs are on the rise, the friction leads to data lock-in, and the resulting loss of business value.
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Hyperscale
Seagate, Phison partnership to improve data center offering
Seagate and Phison have announced plans to expand their SSD portfolio to assist data center customers in reducing total cost ownership (TCO).
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Data management
Cloud Storage-as-a-Service: The new approach to mass capacity data storage and management
Storage-as-a-service cloud solutions for multicloud deployments will be critical to ensuring higher availability of data and resilience.
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Data growth
Data gravity and its impact on data storage infrastructure
As storage associated with massive data sets continues to grow, so will its gravitational force on other elements within the IT universe.
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Data management
Data storage infrastructure will play a critical role in business recovery
Seagate country manager for A/NZ Jeff Park explains how the right storage infrastructure can set businesses on the path to pandemic recovery. 
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Autonomous Vehicle
NI and Seagate work to improve autonomous car technology
NI and Seagate Technology Holdings have entered into a new collaboration with a shared focus on enhancing data storage and transfer services, with a particular focus on advanced driver-assistance systems.
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Storage
Seagate rolls out storage-as-a-service platform
Seagate and Equinix are partnering to extend the reach of Seagate’s brand new storage-as-a-service platform Lyve Cloud.
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Network attached storage / NAS
Seagate rolls out 18TB helium-based Exos-X18 enterprise drives
Seagate is now shipping the 18 terabyte (TB) helium-based enterprise drive, which is a new additions to Seagate’s Exos-X18 family.
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Manufacturing
The villain lurking in your PC - a cautionary tale
There’s likely something in your desktop PC just waiting to ruin your day.
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Network attached storage / NAS
Research: Data more important for SMBs than ever
Research from Seagate shows that SMBs are leveraging data for recovery in new work-from-home environments.
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Storage
How to stop your data lake from turning into a data swamp
Collecting data is easy – it’s gleaning the intelligence that’s the difficult part. 
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Dicker Data
Seagate brings modular data architecture to A/NZ
In partnership with Dicker Data, the Exos and Nytro modular system are designed for simplicity while retaining performance.
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Cloud
Seagate opens patents to help fight COVID-19
The company’s data storage innovations are now available as part of the Open COVID-19 Pledge and ongoing efforts to combat COVID-19 around the world.
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Seagate
The force is strong with the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Xbox One 2TB Game Drive
It may not be as exciting as bulls-eyeing wamp rats in your T-16, and may not be the fastest drive out there, but when it comes to looks and storage capacity, it’s got it where it counts, kid.
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Private Cloud
Cloudian and Seagate partner to take on STaaS
The companies’ new solution claims to offer private cloud at up to 70% lower total cost of ownership than Storage-as-a-Service options.
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Network attached storage / NAS
Seagate delivers first EXOS 16TB HDD and new drive for SMB NAS
The company has also released the Ironwolf and IronwolfPro high capacity hard drives for home and SMB NAS.
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Storage
Gallery: Seagate’s Singapore R&D facility pioneering storage innovations
The Shugart was completed in June 2015, spanning 440,000 square feet and capable of housing approximately 850 employees.
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Data Centre Operators
Seagate: Data trends, opportunities, and challenges at the edge
The development of edge technology and the rise of big data have brought many opportunities for data infrastructure companies to the fore.
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Artificial Intelligence
IT infrastructure key to AI success
In Australia, where 75% of respondents said their organisations have already implemented AI in one form or another, one fifth believe they are currently not ready to handle the ever increasing stream of data.
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PC Hardware
Seagate brings new SSD offerings to NZ market
The company has released new consumer and mobile storage solutions locally.
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Cloud
Seagate and HTC VIVE announce VR Power Drive
Seagate VR Power Drive offers a storage capacity of 1,000GB for users’ digital content.
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Digital Transformation
APAC companies ready for AI but struggling with where to begin
66% of companies ‘don’t know where to start’ with implementing AI, despite 89% planning to get started in the next year.
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Big Data
Data for good: Using data to help preserve our world
If you are tracking the evolution of data, it is easy to see that we are fast approaching a time when data will be considered life-critical.
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HP
Experts weigh in on Australia's Notifiable Data Breaches scheme
Australia’s new mandatory data breach disclosure law has already shown just how regularly organisations are experiencing data breaches.