Jeanswest finds a comfortable fit with Nimble

30 June, 2014 | Supplied by: Nimble Storage

Following a sudden disk failure, Jeanswest's planned storage area network refresh had to be brought forward by eight months. The solution was implemented in one day.

HDD crashes most common cause of data loss

17 June, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A survey of Australian data recovery customers shows that 65% blamed HDD failures for their most recent data loss incident, compared to 16% for SSD drives.

Two strategies for small business storage

18 March, 2014 by Andrew Collins

Small businesses typically lack the resources to manage complicated on-premises storage environments, but there are several options that can help ease the burden.

Improving DR and performance with two new storage arrays

11 March, 2014

Marketing services firm M&C Saatchi Australia has bolstered its storage performance disaster recovery with a new storage system.

Storage and the changing face of health care

08 January, 2014 by Warren Pasque, SNIA ANZ Contributor and Hitachi Data Systems’ Industry Manager, APAC Healthcare, Industry and Alliance Solutions

Data storage has an exciting role to play in the all-important healthcare industry, which is becoming increasingly reliant on IT.

Is direct-attached storage dead?

17 December, 2013 by Stephen Withers

Several years ago, there was a concerted move from direct-attached storage (DAS) towards SAN (storage area network) and NAS (networked-attached storage). But emerging storage technologies could mean the resurgence of DAS within the next 10 years.

The 3-2-1 of cloud backup

21 November, 2013 by Lawrence Garvin*

There are a few basic questions anyone looking at cloud-based backup needs to ask themselves.

Data storage: the third big challenge of IT

26 September, 2013 by Charles Clarke*

Over the decades IT has seen two distinct challenges: processing power and later network bandwidth. While they are both still important, storage space has become the dominant concern.

Flash: saviour of the data centre?

19 September, 2013 by Stephen Withers

The widespread use of smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks and various other electronic devices means flash storage has become part of everyday life for many people, but it is also playing an important role in the data centre.

Peter Alexander, CIO for the federal Treasury, on lazy coding, storage stacks and punting

04 July, 2013 by Anthony Caruana

With more than two years in the CIO’s chair at The Treasury of the federal government, Peter Alexander is one of the most high-profile and influential IT executives in Australia. We spoke to him about some of the hot topics on his radar.

CA ARCserve D2D for Linux

04 July, 2013

CA ARCserve D2D for Linux provides data protection and disaster recovery for businesses running virtual and physical servers on the Linux open source platform.

Government ditches mandatory data retention - for now

25 June, 2013

The Australian Government has dropped its plans to require ISPs to retain customer metadata for up to two years - at least for now.

More data storage? Here’s how to fit 1000 terabytes on a DVD

21 June, 2013 by Min Gu, Yaoyu Cao and Zongsong Gan

We live in a world where digital information is exploding. Some 90% of the world’s data was generated in the past two years. The obvious question is: how can we store it all?

The impact of environmental catastrophes

28 May, 2013 by Adrian De Luca, SNIA

The plagues of natural disasters do more than devastate infrastructure, communities and local economies. In the age of the connected global economy, natural disasters have the ability to transcend much further than streets, towns and country borders to impact economies all over the world.

Kroll Ontrack EasyRecovery 10.1 software tool for data recovery

28 May, 2013 | Supplied by: Kroll Ontrack Inc

Ontrack EasyRecovery 10.1 is a software tool for data recovery. It helps users perform recoveries on all drive types.

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