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Separation anxiety
Opinion | July 2020
Niraj Tolia, CEO and co-founder at Kasten, looks at storage and data management systems in today's Kubernetes environments, and argues that keeping these two systems separate can deliver significant benefits
Altaro Office 365 Backup
Review | July 2020
The lack of integral backup and point-in-time restoration facilities for Microsoft Office 365 had left many businesses facing a bewildering range of third-party solutions...

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Apex Group joins the Q
News | July 2020
Q Associates acquires Bracknell cloud/network specialist...
CMS announced as preferred distributor for KIOXIA
News | July 2020
Offering the former Toshiba Memory Europe portfolio in the UK
Western Digital launches three new NVMe data centre solutions
News | July 2020
New OpenFlex Data24 NVMe-oF Platform features Ultrastar DC SN840 NVMe SSDs and RapidFlex controllers
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Nebulon announces Cloud-Defined Storage
News | July 2020
Industry veterans launch new company and solution providing on-premises, server-based enterprise storage defined and managed through the cloud
Two new NAS solutions from Synology
News | July 2020
Backup made easy with new 'Plus Series' devices

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Appliance of science
Case Study | July 2020
The Science and Technology Facilities Council's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is set to process and preserve more than 60 PB of scientific research data with its new Spectra tape library

Welcome to our July eNewsletter, as Storage magazine continues to do its best to ‘keep calm and carry on’ in the face of the ever-increasing social and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s easy to assume that sectors like IT have been largely unaffected by the crisis, but as time goes on and things still don’t seem to be returning to normal (despite the best efforts of the Premier League and the pub industry!), it is increasingly clear that some things will be changed forever by the virus.

Every day sees new stories of business closures and staff layoffs, even as those headlines are relegated - rightly, of course - below those focused on the numbers of infected and dead. Technology firms are shifting their development focus into areas that might have immediate impact on the fight against Covid-19, whether in new ways to gather/share data or better systems for the retail and leisure sector, making it easier to go out and spend safely.

These are the changes we are all awaiting now: announcements of technological innovations that will make us feel confident about going back to work, going out to eat and drink, even going on public transport. And rest assured those announcements will come. In the mean time, stay safe.

David Tyler, Editor
Storage magazine

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