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January 31, 2017  3:56 PM

Report: Better data theft protection needed for employee exits

Paul Crocetti Paul Crocetti Profile: Paul Crocetti

The processes for keeping data safe when employees leave a company are fundamental data protection best practices: backup, archive and encryption. Yet barely half of the organizations that took part in a recent survey have a plan that ensures data can be recovered if an employee changes or deletes...

January 27, 2017  10:05 AM

Quantum video storage customers range from police to pot growers

Dave Raffo Dave Raffo Profile: Dave Raffo

Quantum's scale-out storage business is growing like a weed, with the help of a large weed grower. While Quantum's DXi disk backup library increased the most of all its product lines...


January 26, 2017  12:44 PM

Commvault products rollout promised throughout 2017

Sonia Lelii Sonia Lelii Profile: Sonia Lelii

Following a quarter of solid revenue growth to end 2016, Commvault Systems Inc. plans a string of product enhancements throughout 2017. The additions are designed to improve Commvault's performance in the cloud, and with software-defined storage and business analytics. Commvault Wednesday...


January 20, 2017  8:41 AM

Veeam Software cracked $600 million revenue mark in 2016

Sonia Lelii Sonia Lelii Profile: Sonia Lelii

While much of the storage market is stagnant or down, data protection vendor Veeam Software said it grew revenue 28% in 2016 by expanding its business into enterprises and the cloud. Veeam, a privately held company, this week reported its financial results for 2016. It claimed $607.4 million...


January 16, 2017  6:04 PM

Alluxio in-memory storage software gains EMC mindshare

Garry Kranz Garry Kranz Profile: Garry Kranz

In-memory storage startup Alluxio has struck a partnership with Dell EMC. The news marks Alluxio’s...


January 11, 2017  4:58 PM

Panzura raises $32 million in funding

Sonia Lelii Sonia Lelii Profile: Sonia Lelii
Panzura

Cloud NAS vendor Panzura raised $32 million in Series E equity funding this week to expand its product and give organizations an alternative to what CEO Patrick Harr calls a "dying on-premises model."


January 11, 2017  7:28 AM

Kaminario secures $75 million funding round

Carol Sliwa Carol Sliwa Profile: Carol Sliwa

All-flash array pioneer Kaminario kicked off 2017 with a cash infusion of $75 million to accelerate global expansion and fuel product support for non-volatile memory express (NVMe) technologies. Kaminario’s fifth funding round increased its overall total to $218 million since the company...


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