Arrow’s (ARW) Enterprise Computing Solutions unit and infrastructure-as-a-service provider Artisan Infrastructure are collaborating on a new data protection service for NetApp (NTAP) storage, which the distributor will offer to MSPs, VARs, IT resellers and other service providers through its ArrowSpere Cloud Marketplace.
More than 40 emerging local cloud services providers have bought kit from storage specialist NetApp – which is delighted with the new business, even though it believes a fair proportion of those cloud services will go bust.
EMC (EMC) has announced several new products and technologies to add to its data protection and cloud computing portfolio, designed to aid IT companies in protecting their infrastructures while adding support for cloud environments and data protection as a service delivery.
Microsoft is no stranger to the chilling effects of European regulation, facing fines for some of its own practices and seeing rivals like Google get off the hook more lightly. But today comes a piece of good news for Redmond: the data protection authorities (DPAs) of all 28 European member states have decided that Microsoft's enterprise cloud services meet its standards for privacy.
It won’t surprise most readers that Software as a Service (SaaS) remains a rapidly growing niche. But where exactly is it headed in the future, and what are its implications for data protection and backup in the cloud? A report out this week from Asigra provides some insight into these issues.
Disaster recovery and data protection software developer Paragon Software Group (PSG) is reaching out to businesses struggling with inadequate data protection infrastructure with Drive Backup 11, the latest iteration of its backup and recovery software platform.
The software, available in three editions, DB 11 Workstation, DB 11 Server and DB 11 Small Business Server, offers encrypted backup with