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  • What does SD-Branch mean for security, storage and IoT? |

    We’ve started to hear a lot about SD-Branch as a natural successor to SD-WAN, which makes sense as the centrally-orchestrated model is attractive to many enterprises. However, just as we saw with SD-WAN, the term “SD-Branch” is being adopted by many different vendors and service providers to mean what they want, in the absence of any “official” definition. What is SD-Branch anyway? Based on most definitions, SD-Branch means delivering more IT infrastructure to branches under a programmable, centrally orchestrated model….

  • Cardlytics Debut On Nasdaq Is Early Test of Tech IPO Fortunes in 2018

    Shares of software firm Cardlytics(ticker: CDLX) are down 1.5% in its IPO debut on Nasdaq. The Atlanta-based company, which priced its public stock offering last night at $13 per share to raise $70.2 million, opened this morning during another wild day on Wall Street. “All hell broke loose on the markets, but we’re holding our own,” Cardlytics Chief Executive Officer Scott Grimes told Barron’s. “Given the (unpredictable) conditions, we feel good.”Cardlytics stock is trading at $12.80. The DJIA is down 1.3%…

  • Riverbed Channel Leader Bisnette On Simplifying Partner Program And The $4.6B New Business Opportunity – Page: 1 | Women of the Channel

    Blasting The Past Bridget Bisnette considers traditional, competency-based channel partner programs “very 1990s.” So, when she and her team set out to restructure Riverbed’s program, they decided to make a clean break with the past. The result is a significantly simplified program that focuses on winning new business and allowing partners to blaze their own trail as they help break Riverbed out of its traditional WAN optimization arena and into next-generation technologies like SD-WAN, networking performance and application performance. With…

  • Interview With Rick Clark, President and CEO, Aptare

    He is: He was: CIO of Sanrise Inc. (acquired by EMC) President and CEO of Aptare Inc. (1993-2000) Director, professional and education services, at Plexus Software Project manager, software engineering, at Plexus Software StorageNewsletter.com: Founded in 1993, Aptare is an established profitable company, how did you start the project? Did you raise money or brought your own finance? Rick Clark: Aptare started as a professional services company in 1993. We were instrumental in various extremely large IT projects in the mid-1990s…

  • Personal Cloud Market Share to Register $115.05 Bn Growth by 2022

    This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire Sarasota, FL — (SBWIRE) — 01/12/2018 — The global personal cloud market is a storage platform that enables the customers to access, synchronize and share stored data across various mobile devices such as smartphone and tablets. In this period of digitalization, there is a rising need for storing and sharing personal data or professional data. The rapidly increasing tech-savvy population has considerably led to the growing demand for cloud computing services in…

  • IP lawyer raises alarm on confidentiality risks

    SME Law | 08 January 2018 | Emma Ryan SME Law | 08 January 2018 A Brisbane-based intellectual property and information security lawyer has issued a warning to Australian professionals, saying they could be compromising confidential business or personal information without knowing. Bennett and Philp Lawyers’ Nicole Murdoch said employers should be wary of allowing their staff to use their own laptops or portable devices for work, as confidential information could easily be compromised. “Confidential business information or personal information innocently…

  • In the internet age, succeed by doing things backwards

    Research, build, promote, sell, repeat. That has been the norm in business for decades. But today, the internet is scrambling that order. Products are being sold before they are built. Selling and research can be conflated. Customers promote a company’s products, more than the company does. Marketing is built into the very products being promoted. Let’s take a look at some examples in this topsy-turvy, Alice-in-Wonderland world. Sell before you build Kickstarter, the crowdfunding website, helps you find customers for…

  • IBM announces breakthrough in encryption and data protection for enterprises

    With data breaches a problem that shows no signs of going away, businesses are increasingly seeking to protect their information with encryption. But with large volumes of information this can be time consuming and costly. To address the problem, IBM is announcing a breakthrough encryption engine that, for the first time, makes it possible to encrypt all data associated with any application, cloud service or database all the time. Mainframe-based IBM Z is capable of running more than 12 billion…

  • Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Market Worth 45.21 Billion

    PUNE, India, July 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Market by Storage Solution (Scale-up, Scale-out), Deployment Type (On-Premise, Remote, Hybrid), End-User Industry (BFSI, Telecommunications & ITeS, Consumer Goods & Retail), and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the network-attached storage (NAS) market, the global NAS market is expected to be worth USD 45.21 Billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 20.1% from 2017 to 2023. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160303/792302 ) Browse 64 Market Data Tables and…

  • How to Keep Your Data Storage Systems Secured

    How to Keep Your Data Storage Systems Secured   Posted By Erik Emanuelli | Ad Injection:top There are many methods that businesses and individuals use to secure their data. Whether it is a set of hard drives, physical servers, NAS or the cloud, data security is so important when it comes to storage and backup systems. We can run through some of the most important tips that will help people keep their data systems secured.   1. Do Not Store…

  • Nutanix, IBM Aim To Provide Intel Alternative in the Cloud – Barron’s

    Shares of storage technology vendor Nutanix (NTNX) are down 69 cents, or 4%, at $16.25, a victim of today’s general sell-off in the broader market, but yesterday the news flow was happier, as the company announced a “multi-year partnership” with International Business Machines (IBM) to sell Nutanix’s software on top of “hyper-converged” computing devices from IBM. The products aren’t hear yet: further details are expected later this year with actual products vaguely promised before the year is out. The announcement was…

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