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Greater than the sum of its parts

Matt Medeiros, CEO of StorageCraft, speaks to Storage magazine editor David Tyler about how current rates of data storage growth have created the need for a new approach to intelligent data management

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Enterprises 'grappling with data loss'

New research from Unitrends suggests that although DR testing is growing in popularity, there is still much to be done

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ONE vision from DataCore

Major announcement includes analytics service, Hyperconverged appliance, and new SDS capabilities

Druva acquires CloudLanes

Aiming to 'bring cloud to the edge'

Three products (& a new service offering) from Synology

New FlashStation and SAS storage announced along with comprehensive service coverage

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95% of enterprise IT teams 'concerned about vendor lock-in'

New research reveals problems with architecture modernisation initiatives

StorageCraft 'cracks the code' with OneXafe Solo 300

OneXafe Solo 300 delivers enterprise-class business continuity at SMB friendly economics and usability

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Product Review

Altaro VM Backup 8.2

Businesses worried about protecting their virtualised environments can rest easy with Altaro VM Backup on their side

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Storage Awards 2019 Winners

The Storage Awards 2019 Winners

A packed evening saw the winners announced for the 2019 Storage Awards

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Welcome to the August edition of the Storage magazine eNewsletter, which includes a look at some recent research from Unitrends that suggests some worrying figures when it comes to loss of data - around 30 percent of respondents report ‘losing at least some of their data’ - a figure that has remained consistent since 2016 in the same research. However at the same time the sheer volume of data that is being protected (or not!) has increased rapidly: over a quarter of respondents say they need to protect more than 100 TB of data, more than double the figure in 2016.

As Unitrends’ Joe Noonan comments in the article, “It's clear from this data that there's still much work to be done to help organisations successfully implement and leverage backup and disaster recovery solutions and best practices.” For many companies, of course, the cloud seems to offer a quick fix to their data protection/business continuity issues - but as well know, cloud can bring a whole new set of concerns!

David Tyler, Editor david.tyler@btc.co.uk

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