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Surviving the data explosion

Matt Eckersall, regional director, EMEA, SUSE, examines the rise of software-defined solutions to the challenges of modern-day storage

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Cloud taking over

The modern data centre is increasingly becoming multi-cloud, says new research

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Micron 'eliminates need for network video recorders'

World’s first 1TB industrial-grade microSD card for cloud-managed video surveillance

DataCore moves into file and object storage

New vFilo offering aimed at unstructured data, hybrid cloud and more

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GDPR 18 months on: not looking good

Over half of businesses are failing to be compliant

Komprise solves issue around cloud storage and usage

Allowing enterprises to easily understand cloud usage and optimise cloud storage

ASUSTOR means business

Two new business-focused NAS systems launched

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The price is right?

There are hidden costs to watch out for when purchasing a backup solution, warns Synology

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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 last edition of the Storage magazine eNewsletter for 2019, in what has been a strange and interesting year for the sector and indeed for the wider world. At the time of writing we are yet to know who will win the UK general election, and Brexit seems as intangible and distant a concept now as it has ever been.

We all know that the uncertainty around the nation’s politics has had a significant knock-on effect on industries far and wide, not least the IT sector, where projects that have been agreed upon years ago have been waiting in limbo for something - almost anything - to happen to break the gridlock around organisational spending.

We can only hope that, whatever happens in parliament, business begins to return to something approaching normality in 2020. Digital transformation promises huge benefits to all kinds of organisations and indeed end users and consumers, if only we can get on and start doing it with some enthusiasm and impetus. Here’s to a resurgent storage sector in the New Year, and happy holidays to all our readers.

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

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