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  • 8 Hidden Hotel Fees to Look Out For

    A few decades ago, the listed price of a hotel room was the amount that you paid, and any unexpected fees slipped into your bill at the end of your stay would have been unusual. Today, hidden hotel fees are the norm. A room that seemed like a great steal may turn out to cost much more than advertised when you’re charged for basic services and amenities you thought came standard. To avoid an unpleasant surprise at check-out, research these…

  • Why blockchain data storage is more secure than the cloud

    Each day seem to bring a new story on a data security breach or unfortunate hacking. One solution is to use a blockchain data storage, which is more secure than a typical cloud that gets stored on a centralized database. Blockchain has a few advantages over the traditional cloud data storage as the technology makes it so that hackers are not able to target blockchain storage accounts as easily or invisibly. It is also difficult for a potential hacker to…

  • NAND Prices to Fall 15% in 2018

    With the memory market booming, the Yole group of companies decided to launch its quarterly Memory Monitor report, covering DRAM Service – Memory Research and NAND Service – Memory Research, and the entire memory segment. Memory, fueled by huge contributions from DRAM and NAND, is poised to account for more than 1/3 of all semiconductor revenue in 2018, well above the historical average of ~25%. The semiconductor industry posted record results in 2017, with revenue exceeding $400 billion. Overall demand…

  • Throwback Tuesday : Magnetic Tape Storage

    This article came from IBM Corp. Magnetic Tape Storage IBM 726 An unglamorous invention called the vacuum column wound up being the key in the 1950s to a whole new generation of storage technology based on magnetic tape. The technology helped boost the speed of data processing and solve the problem of the tidal waves of punched cards flooding corporate and government offices. By the early 1950s, IBM, Remington Rand and other companies were working on the first commercial electronic…

  • 15 tech upgrades you can get for free

    mobile.png, mobile@2x.png (retina size) from dialog tablet.png, tablet@2x.png (retina size) from dialog place largest non-retina size here Road sign theme concepts – Opportunities.  (This content is subject to copyright.) (Credit: iStock) (This content is subject to copyright.) You’ve spent so much money already – on a laptop, tablet, computer, router, network extender, printer, and smartphone. You’ve signed up for the internet, and you’re paying monthly fees. You’ll be relieved to know that a lot of tech is free. Open-source software…

  • Cohesity Raises $250 Million, Highest Round Since 2015 Among Storage Start-Ups

    Cohesity, Inc. raised $250 million in an oversubscribed Series D funding round led by the SoftBank Vision Fund with strong participation from strategic investors Cisco Investments, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, along with early investor Sequoia Capital and others. The investment is a testament to Cohesity’s leadership in transforming data center and cloud operations with web-scale simplicity for secondary data. This round brings total equity raised to $410 million, outpacing all other series D enterprise software investments…

  • The Next Big Anti-Tech Backlash Is Just Beginning | Vanity Fair

    Privacy The Next Big Anti-Tech Backlash Is Just Beginning In the wake of G.D.P.R., European tech companies could be headed for yet another privacy nightmare—one that could serve as a model for the United States.     react-text: 220 /react-text By Gavin Roberts/PC Plus Magazine/Getty Images. Last week, dozens of American-based media and Internet companies went dark for 500 million citizens of the European Union. The culprit? The E.U.’s General Data Protection Regulation (known as G.D.P.R.), which forces companies to…

  • Data Backup Software Market to See Strong Growth by IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, HPE, CA Technologies – Exclusive Reportage

    .entry-header Responsive for all HTF MI recently introduced new title on “Global Data Backup Software Market Size, Status and Forecast 2025” from its database. The report provides study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2025. The Report gives you competition analysis of top manufacturer with sales volume, price, revenue (Million USD) and market share, the top players including IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, HPE, CA Technologies, Dell, Veritas Technologies, Commvault, Acronis,…

  • Digital Storage For Media And Entertainment

    For 9 years, Coughlin Associates has been running a survey of media and entertainment professionals on their uses of digital storage for content creation and capture, post production, content distribution as well as archiving and preservation. This has provided insights on developments in digital storage for rich media applications. This article and a talk that Tom Coughlin will give at the 2018 Creative Storage Conference on June 7, 2018 in Culver City, CA (www.creativestorage.org) explore some of the results from…

  • Future Demand in Global Cloud Storage Market 2018 expected to grow at CAGR of +25%: Global Current Trends, Industry Analysis, Technology, Size, Share, Market Opportunities Revenue Analysis and forecast 2023 by top key players – satPRnews

    .entry-header 728×90, utworzono 09-12-08 The analysts forecast the Cloud Storage Market is expected to grow worth of USD +88 Billion and at a CAGR of +25% over the forecast period 2018-2023. Cloud storage is a model of data storage in which the digital data is stored in logical pools, the physical storage spans multiple servers (and often locations), and the physical environment is typically owned and managed by a hosting company. These cloud storage providers are responsible for keeping the data available and…

  • Igneous Systems Announces Two Executive Hires

    Allison Armstrong joins Igneous as VP, Marketing and Anna Mowry joins as VP, Finance and Operations as company enters next phase of growth SEATTLE, WA – Igneous Systems, which designed the industry’s first secondary storage for massive file systems, today announced recent additions to its executive team in the wake of its January Series-B venture capital financing round.  Anna Mowry was named Vice President of Finance and Operations, and Allison Armstrong was named Vice President of Marketing. “Our early successes…

  • Mike Dodson Named Interim CEO, Quantum

    Effective May31, 2018, Quantum Corporation appointed J. Michael Dodson as interim CEO, replacing Patrick Dennis, who resigned from the company as CEO and as a director effective May 25, 2018. Dodson was also appointed SVP, CFO, replacing Fuad Ahmad, who departed the company effective May 30, 2018. From August 2017 to May 2018, Mike Dodson, 57, served as the CFO of Greenwave Systems. Prior to that, he served as the COO and CFO at Mattson Technology, Inc. from 2012 to…

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