Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
Connectivity issues a widespread problem in IoT rollout according to new Inmarsat research
According to new research from mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat, connectivity issues are severely disrupting internet of things (IoT) rollout for businesses across the globe.
Why intelligent information management is crucial in the modern workplace
When businesses started turning paper-based documents into digital files, there were no hard-and-fast rules regarding where to store information.
Tech junkies rejoice: The Dux Backpack is a tech fortress you can take anywhere
For any tech junkie out there looking for the optimal means to get your devices from point A to point B, STM’s Dux Backpack is here to fulfil those needs.
Nutanix showcases latest innovations in cloud at .NEXT conference
“The new features in the Nutanix Cloud Platform extend our data centric innovation to high performance applications to deliver a unified platform with comprehensive data services for all workloads and all variety of data.”
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.
AWS releases game changing Amazon FSx - fully managed NetApp ONTAP file systems
AWS has announced a new storage service allowing customers to launch and run complete, fully managed NetApp ONTAP file systems in the cloud for the first time.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is StarWind?
StarWind is a software vendor specialising in software-defined storage, hyperconvergence and storage virtualisation solutions.
Synology launches new SAS drives for enterprise customers
Synology has launched its HAS5300 SAS enterprise hard drives, designed to meet growing demand for high-capacity, high-performance, and resilient storage systems.
A/NZ organisations lack knowledge of where data is stored
"It is concerning that a large number of organisations still don't know where all their data is stored."
HPE Storage hones in on cloud-native, software-defined data services
The company's new data services platform will address the 'data explosion' across edge to cloud.
Fastly launches storage solution on flagship edge cloud platform
Nearline Cache was built within Compute@Edge to enable customers to innovate at scale, and to the global scale and high performance.
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.
Trend Micro expands XDR capabilities through new platform
Trend Micro has rolled out new extended detection and response (XDR) capabilities through a new platform called Vision One.
Trend Micro unveils world first cloud-native file storage security
"The explosion of cloud-based file and object storage presents a new attack vector for threat actors to target with malicious files."
Documents overtake photos in the cloud amid COVID-19
People are storing documents more often than photos and other media files in the cloud by 29% amid the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Dell Technologies accelerates as-a-service strategy
Dell Technologies has announced the expansion of its as-a-Service capabilities with Project APEX.
APAC network-attached storage revenue to reach $8.9 billion
Network attached storage has emerged as a viable alternative to the traditional storage mechanism in the Asia Pacific.
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.
AWS launches Outposts in New Zealand & APAC
“We are pleased to bring this service to our customers and partners in New Zealand to help them benefit from the accelerated pace of innovation in the cloud, and support low latency and local data processing requirements."
HPE adds AI intelligence to storage solutions
Updates Primera and Nimble Storage with AI-driven automation solutions to reduce workload and improve reliability.
Cloudian launches cloud storage monitoring tool
The solution, called HyperIQ, features storage and user analytics and enables managers to conduct health checks and optimise resources – from a single interface.
What happens when you run Linux on a toaster?
Just because you can build a toaster that runs Linux, it doesn’t mean you should. So why are you using commodity hardware in your data centre that was built to do something else entirely?
QNAP releases new NAS series for home users
The TS-x31K series NAS is designed for home and personal cloud storage for users who wish to build their own private clouds.
Nutanix teams up with Veeam to simplify data protection
Nutanix and Veeam Software have teamed up to offer a data protection and management solution, designed to support storage environments.