Category: storage

Last hardware purchase? HPE and GreenPages partner to guide customers on hybrid-cloud journey

Last hardware purchase? HPE and GreenPages partner to guide customers on hybrid-cloud journey

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The road to the hybrid cloud is anything but straight for many enterprise firms. Twists, turns and forks in the road can range from security and disaster recovery to automated services and workload management. The hybrid cloud evolution has also translated into a solid business opportunity for firms such as GreenPages Technology Solutions, a systems […]

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Tech spending intentions survey delivers good news for Pure Storage

Tech spending intentions survey delivers good news for Pure Storage

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Data from Enterprise Technology Research’s most recent spending intentions survey shows that Pure Storage Inc. is on a roll in terms of strengthening its competitive position in the storage marketplace. The most recent survey results, which ETR provided to Dave Vellante (@dvellante), co-host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio, showed that Pure is leading […]

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Kaminario seeks to bridge on-premises and public cloud worlds

Kaminario seeks to bridge on-premises and public cloud worlds

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With a recent McKinsey & Co. study showing that 80% of workloads are still on-premises, enterprises are keeping one foot in the cloud and the other planted in the data center for now. Kaminario Inc. has restructured its business model and made recent announcements to position itself as a storage as a service solutions provider […]

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Despite beating earnings expectations, Box sees stock fall again

Despite beating earnings expectations, Box sees stock fall again

Despite beating earnings expectations, Box sees stock fall again 4
Cloud storage company Box Inc. struggled to generate much enthusiasm from its investors today, despite posting second-quarter financial results that beat expectations. The company’s earnings before certain costs such as stock compensation came in at zero cents per share. Revenue rose 16% from a year ago, to $172.5 million. That was better than expected, as Wall Street […]

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Microsoft launches Ultra Disk cloud storage service for data-intensive workloads

Microsoft launches Ultra Disk cloud storage service for data-intensive workloads

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Microsoft Corp. today announced the general availability of its new Azure Ultra Disk solid-state drive storage service in three of its cloud regions. Azure Ultra Disk is what the company calls a next-generation distributed block storage service, designed to cater to high-throughput and high-input/output Azure virtual machines. It’s currently available in the East US 2, North Europe […]

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On 10-year anniversary of its acquisition, Data Domain has adapted to new realities of cloud

On 10-year anniversary of its acquisition, Data Domain has adapted to new realities of cloud

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During the economic recession of 2008 and 2009, brought on by a collapse of the U.S. real estate market, there were not a whole lot of mergers and acquisitions to be found. Uncertainty in the stock market left what few offers there were as cash-only deals, a rare opportunity at the time. Yet, one tech […]

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Dropbox integrates with popular media services

Dropbox integrates with popular media services

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Cloud storage company Dropbox Inc. is expanding its strategy of closer collaboration with other service providers, announcing new integrations with various popular audio, video and transcription tools. The company said today that it’s integrating its products more closely with Adobe Inc.’s Premiere Rush, Otter.ai, Simon Says, Videomenth, Vidrovr and Curio, allowing users of those applications […]

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Druva acquires CloudLanes to bring cloud-native data protection to the edge

Druva acquires CloudLanes to bring cloud-native data protection to the edge

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Cloud data protection and management company Druva Inc. today said it’s acquiring CloudLanes Inc. to help it expand into edge computing. CloudLanes enables its customers to store data safely onsite while still benefiting from the business continuity, short recovery windows and mobility its software-as-a-service model provides. Founded in 2008 in Pune, India, Druva has carved out […]

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Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

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When IBM Corp. went looking for an acquisition that would complement its longstanding presence in the data center, it clearly wanted to build a new strength in the hybrid cloud. With that kind of mission, it was no wonder it found Red Hat Inc. and paid an attention-grabbing $34 billion for it in the process. […]

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Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

Red Hat’s hybrid cloud role expected to expand after acquisition by IBM

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When IBM Corp. went looking for an acquisition that would complement its longstanding presence in the data center, it clearly wanted to build a new strength in the hybrid cloud. With that kind of mission, it was no wonder it found Red Hat Inc. and paid an attention-grabbing $34 billion for it in the process. […]

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