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  • Hyper-Cloud is the next phase in data center evolution

    The digital transformation of business across essentially every industry and market is driven by the need to innovate, automate, and differentiate. Cloud computing and storage have already played a central role in infrastructure modernization, but the race to introduce and support emerging applications and services shows no signs of slowing. The rapid rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning, business process automation, IoT connectivity, and blockchain applications has propelled enterprise data centers to move from monolithic centralized architectures to decoupled…

  • Global Data Storage Tape Market Outlook 2018-2022

    .entry-header 728×90 Global Data Storage Tape Market Research Report 2018 offers a unique instrument for assessing the market, featuring possibilities, and helping strategic and tactical decision-making. This Data Storage Tape Market report perceives that in this quickly advancing and competitive situation, current marketing facts is important to observe execution and make essential decisions for development and benefit. It gives information on patterns and improvements, and targets in business sectors and materials, limits and innovations, and on the changing structure of the Data…

  • Scholars Have Data on Millions of Facebook Users. Who’s Guarding It? – The New York Times

    SAN FRANCISCO — In July 2014, a team of four Swedish and Polish researchers began using an automated program to better understand what people posted on Facebook. The program, known as a “scraper,” let the researchers log every comment and interaction from 160 public Facebook pages for nearly two years. By May 2016, they had amassed enough information to track how 368 million Facebook members behaved on the social network. It is one of the largest known sets of user…

  • Atomically thin magnetic device could lead to new memory technologies | UW News

      UW News   Engineering  |  News releases  |  Research  |  Science May 3, 2018 Atomically thin magnetic device could lead to new memory technologies Magnetic materials are the backbone of modern digital information technologies, such as hard-disk storage. A University of Washington-led team has now taken this one step further by encoding information using magnets that are just a few layers of atoms in thickness. This breakthrough may revolutionize both cloud computing technologies and consumer electronics by enabling data…

  • Data storage apps and services for the 2018 enterprise

    There are many new cutting-edge data storage apps and services available — and for good reason. Not only do these allow users to get quick and accurate insights, but they also allow for high-volume data storage, multi-platform compatibility and improved security — which are just a few of their benefits. But when considering new roles for data storage in any organization, it’s important to take a look at where exactly mobile fits into ever-growing enterprise data demands and the growing…

  • Pascal Le Cunff to Leave DataCore After 15 Years

    After 15 years at DataCore Software ending as director, South Europe, Pascal Le Cunff will leave the software company for “another challenge.” Formerly he was CEO of Enumancian Group, near Versailles, France, for 7 years, after being sales manager of Epsilon Informatique for 6 years. Note that he is member of  the council of French 900-people village Raizeux since a decade. Source: Pascal Le Cunff to Leave DataCore After 15 Years

  • This new Computer Memory may replace RAM and ROM

      We have seen the usage of RAM and ROM in our computers and smartphones for quite some time now. Just when we think we need a new technology to replace these memory technologies, we are blessed with a new one. ROM (Read-only-memory) is a common storage medium that is used with computers and other electronic devices. Just as the name indicates, data stored in the ROM is only for reading operations. It is either modified with extreme difficulty or…

  • Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Market: Improving in Technology Industry and Cost Structure Analysis | Global Future Scope to 2023 – Business News

    .entry-header 728×90 Marketprognosis.com Publish a New Market Research Report On “2018 Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry Report – History, Present and Future” which contains global key player’s survey information and forecast to 2023. Overview of the Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry: The report spread across 145 pages is an overview of the 2018 Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry Report – History, Present and Future. These report study based on the Personal…

  • All-flash Arrays, Storage Tiering and Storage Caching: How Do These So | Data Center Knowledge

    Luke Pruen is Technical Services Director at StorMagic. IT shops are always on the lookout for ways to improve application performance without negatively impacting availability or adding cost or complexity. Of course, adding more servers to the environment could do the trick; but that comes at a steep cost and, in many cases, added complexity (more servers means more things to manage and maintain). Many companies then look to their storage infrastructure for performance gains – all-flash arrays, storage tiering…

  • Veritas Launches AWS Cloud Storage Service Integration, Developer APIs

    Veritas Launches AWS Cloud Storage Service Integration, Developer APIs Veritas Technologies NetBackup 8.1.1 supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage. Plus, NetBackup RestAPI could attract storage developers, partners and solution providers.   by Ty Trumbull • Apr 13, 2018 Veritas Technologies recently unveiled NetBackup 8.1.1 with Amazon Web Services (AWS) support. The launch also included NetBackup RestAPI – a family of APIs for developers, partners and solution providers.  The API push is particularly important to Veritas, which is striving to strengthen its data management…

  • Choosing cloud vendors: Does going all in mean getting locked in?

    TechRepublic editor Bill Detwiler and ZDNet editor Larry Dignan talked with Dan Patterson about cloud vendor lock-in, and what can go wrong when companies get too cozy with a vendor. Watch the video above, or read the full transcript: Patterson: Don’t look now, but most enterprise companies are going all-in with cloud-service providers. Will enterprises repeat the same lock-in mistakes of the past? Larry, are there lessons to be learned from the past that you see cloud providers and enterprise…

  • Steve Grewal CTO Federal and U.S. East, Cohesity

    Cohesity, Inc. announced that Steve Grewal, a veteran C-level technology executive who has worked for several federal agencies, joined the company to lead its public sector products and customer relationships. He served as deputy CIO for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) before taking on the new role of CTO, federal and U.S. East, at Cohesity. Leveraging his experience as a public sector change agent that has overseen many IT innovation projects, he will expand company’s presence in the federal…

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