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  • Gartner analysts popular among cloud backup companies

      Gartner analysts popular among cloud backup companies   Cloud data management company Rubrik has picked up lead Gartner analyst Pushan Rinnen. Rinnen brings more than two decades of experience and expertise in backup and recovery to Rubrik and was a critical driver of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions. Rinnen, formerly a research director at Gartner, will join Rubrik’s marketing team to contribute to strategy and messaging for Rubrik’s product portfolio. At Gartner, she advised numerous…

  • Seagate: Fiscal 3Q18 Financial Results

    (in $ million) 3Q17 3Q18 9 mo. 17 9 mo. 18 Revenue 2,674 2,803 8,365 8,349 Growth 5% -0% Net income (loss) 194 381 658 721 Seagate Technology plc reported financial results for the quarter ended March 30, 2018. For the third quarter, the company reported revenue of $2.8 billion, gross margin of 30.2%, net income of $381 million and diluted earnings per share of $1.31. On a non-GAAP basis, which excludes the net impact of certain items, Seagate reported…

  • NAND Flash Prices to Decline

    The NAND flash market has witnessed a slight oversupply in 1Q18. The growth momentum remains weak in 2Q18 although the demand increases, according to DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce. It is expected that the slight oversupply in NAND flash market will remain and the prices will continue to decline. In the 2H18, the overall demand will increase due to the peak season. Demand in channel markets will also recover because of the lower prices. The growths in average NAND flash content per box for…

  • Cloud Computing: Will 2018 be the Year of Rapid Growth?

    Cloud computing keeps on playing an essential part in organizations! Additionally, with a developing requirement for solid data storage facilities, numerous organizations move every one of their information to the cloud. Having developed from individual cloud storage, cloud computing now offers an advantageous means of storing and recovering expansive information volumes. There are different reasons why the cloud is so famous. By offering some advantages such as decreased costs, enhanced IT support, remote access, maintenance and management, cloud computing helps…

  • Big Data VS Traditional Data: What to know When it Comes to Defines Big Data? | CustomerThink

      Big Data VS Traditional Data: What to know When it Comes to Defines Big Data? Tweet The technology is developing every passing day; people are getting introduced to various techniques. Such thing helps in solving various issues that are being ignored for a long time due to lack of sources and resources. Just like that, data storage is something that is too tacky and hassle-filled work for any organization. Well, it’s one of the hard concepts to understand when…

  • How Artificial Intelligence Allows a “Data-First” Approach to Business Analytics – Virtual-Strategy Magazine

      How Artificial Intelligence Allows a “Data-First” Approach to Business Analytics How Artificial Intelligence Allows a “Data-First” Approach to Business Analytics Artificial intelligence has been on the forefront of the business world over the past few years. For a long time, people have tried to imagine a world where humans interact with intelligent computers. Now it appears this hypothetical future will soon be a reality. Major advances in computing power and algorithmic processes have changed the AI landscape. The results…

  • Dropbox and Salesforce forge major integration pact

    Video: Dropbox tends to freelance worker needs with Showcase Dropbox and Salesforce have announced a significant integration pact that will more tightly link their platforms for joint customers. The primary integrations center around Salesforce’s Commerce Cloud, Marketing Cloud and Quip platforms, and creating native, two-way access between these platforms and Dropbox. More specifically, executives from both Salesforce and Dropbox said the companies are focused on two key areas as the integrations roll out: Brand engagement and digital asset management, and…

  • Data Centers – Construction Moves into the Cloud

      By Richard Branch, Senior Economist, Dodge Data & Analytics BEDFORD, MA – March 1, 2018 – The construction of data centers has increased dramatically over the past several years, with their massive size and high cost of construction often shaping growth patterns for the sector and the nation’s regions. A data center is a building (or group of buildings) that centralizes IT operations and, in many instances, becomes the internal-facing “brains” of a company. Data centers can also be…

  • Tech sector fears fallout from Microsoft data privacy case

    Some in the tech sector look at Microsoft as a savior these days, fending off possible government intrusion on privacy. A lawyer representing Microsoft went before the Supreme Court Tuesday and helped justices decipher the mysteries of the internet and how data is retrieved around the world in a case involving Microsoft and a data center it owns in Europe. At stake in the case is whether the government can compel Microsoft to turn over the email of a suspected…

  • Still soaring: Cloud computing trends for 2018

    All signs point toward the continued growth of cloud computing, but what cloud computing trends or changes are we expecting to see in 2018? While it can sometimes be hard to predict, many cloud computing providers have already announced new changes they are planning or have already rolled out. Additionally, businesses and corporations have made their voices heard to understand what they want from cloud computing trends in 2018. If we look at the monetary predictions, Forrester sees public cloud…

  • IBM continues tape progress despite cloud and flash advances

    Image: ZDNet A new version of IBM’s virtual tape system has higher data compression rates than its predecessor, data-at-rest encryption, and 16-gigabit connections for Z-series mainframes. Solo configurations of the TS7700 series, announced on Feb. 6, 2018, can reach almost 2.5 petabytes, while 8-machine clusters can approach 20 petabytes. Thanks to the virtualization, you can trick a mainframe into thinking that various combinations of flash, disk, and real tape are all one pool. SEE: Quick glossary: Storage (Tech Pro Research)…

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