April 11, 2017
Advanced-scale storage specialist DataDirect Networks (DDN), whose solutions populate the upper-rung of the Top500 supercomputing list, today announced new “c Read more…
August 28, 2012
Amazon has just announced a new storage service called Glacier. The cloud giant describes its new offering as a secure, extremely low-cost storage technology for data archiving and backup. Like the name implies, the service is slow, cold and remote. Read more…
April 25, 2011
The Australian Academic Research Network (AARNet) has announced that its CloudStor storage as a service project has emerged from beta to aid member institutions. Read more…
August 31, 2010
Regardless of how the cost argument is defended, one area that emerges in discussions about cloud-based data protection is the recovery time objective or RTO. The root of this discovery is that traditional storage options, even the venerable tape media category, have fast transfer rates. The hard question is do we put a price on an RTO? Read more…
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