Oracle Sun will join IBM, Dell and EMC at Storage Decisions Australia 2010, the premium storage event.
Storage Decisions Australia 2010 heads to Melbourne and, because of popular demand, international backup guru W Curtis Preston will present the keynote again.
The CommVault integrated cloud storage connector for its Simpana software can be used to move on-premises backup and archive data securely, reliably and transparently into, and out of, private and public cloud storage.
Symantec has announced NetBackup 7 for the protection, storage and recovery of information through a single, unified platform.
Symantec has announced Backup Exec 2010 to help mid-sized businesses protect data and utilise less storage.
StorageCraft ShadowProtect 3.5 enables backup of failing hard drives so users can salvage as much data as possible. It allows a backup to continue even if some areas of the hard drive can no longer be read.
Symantec has announced its latest releases to its NetBackup platform to help organisations improve operational and storage efficiencies across physical and virtual environments. NetBackup provides recovery of information and reduces overall complexity by uniting next-generation information management technologies for disk backup, data deduplication, virtual machine protection, continuous data protection (CDP) and replication in the heterogeneous enterprise data centre.
Datastor’s NAS/iSCSI solution combines iSCSI and virtualisation technologies to allow serverless backups to hard drive and tape.
Kaseya has announced new versions of its Endpoint Security and Backup and Disaster Recovery modules. The releases offer automation capabilities for fast deployment and efficient utilisation of IT resources.
ShadowProtect 3.2 includes 64-bit support for Microsoft Windows operating systems.
IT storage professionals across Australia will have the chance to listen to international backup guru W Curtis Preston when he visits our shore for the first time in April as the keynote speaker at Storage Decisions Australia 2009.
Middletons, an Australian law firm with offices in Melbourne and Sydney, recently moved its backup from a tape-based solution to an online system.