Monthly Archives: February 2019

  • Backup product approaches vary as they take aim at the cloud

    ContentItemController, generated at 17:52:35 Sun Feb 24, 2019, by cds2 Backup product approaches vary as they take aim at the cloud Use of the public cloud for backup data is something all the backup software suppliers provide, but implementations range from simple S3 connections to expansive software offerings ContentItemController, generated at 17:52:35 Sun Feb 24, 2019, by cds2 Use of the cloud is a natural fit for backup and archiving use cases where the vast bulk of backed-up data falls…

  • The era of monetised DNA?

      The era of monetised DNA? in Features February 21, 2019 0 Add to Bookmarks The next generation of genomics platforms will usher in a personalised healthcare revolution, but will they also allow individuals to monetise their DNA? You better believe it says Dr Axel Schumacher, and we have to make sure that data is secure…     The global market for personalised medicine is set to grow from an estimated $1.76 billion this year to almost $2.8 billion by 2022. This…

  • Best encryption software

    If you’re looking for the best encryption software for your needs in 2019, then you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve listed the top software that will keep your important files and documents safe from malicious users. The sad fact is that as hackers are become ever more adept at stealing private information, we must be ever more vigilant when it comes to protecting our files, regardless of if we are a business or home user, and this is…

  • Distributed storage enables cloud-based telecoms

    Distributed storage enables cloud-based telecoms Feb 25, 2019 .et_post_meta_wrapper Kathy Gibson is at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona – As telecommunications operators move to cloud-based data centres and networks, distributed storage is becoming a necessary reality for them. Huawei has launched its next generation of data centre-level converged distributed storage. FusionStorage 8.0 is designed to help carriers and other enterprise users to cope with cloud migration challenges, according to Meng Guangbin, president of IT product line intelligent storage and…

  • Data Storage Industry Remembers Analyst Jon Toigo

    Jon Toigo, one of the best-known analysts in the data storage industry, passed away Feb. 12 at the age of 59. Toigo has been a fixture in the storage industry for about 20 years, and was best-known for his live presentations at conferences as well as for his blog, drunkendata.com. Greg Knieriemen, chief technologist at storage vendor NetApp, told CRN that he first met Toigo during his early days when Knieriemen was vice president of marketing at Chi Corp., a…

  • You give apps sensitive personal information.

    Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including when they want to work on their belly fat or the price of the house they checked out last weekend. Other apps know users’ body weight, blood pressure, menstrual cycles or pregnancy status. Unbeknown to most people, in many cases that data is being shared with someone else: Facebook. The social-media giant collects intensely personal information from many popular smartphone apps just seconds after users enter it, even…

  • Hyperconvergence and Infrastructure Composability

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