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Acronis updates cloud backup solution for family data
The two most common data protection problems that families face today are damaged or lost devices, and running out of disk space on their devices.
Disaster recovery transformed by the cloud, more beneficial than ever before
“Cloud-based infrastructure is one of the few ways to keep up with demand, and provides the flexibility necessary to be implemented quickly."
Cloud backup savior for the data center
Cloud technology has transformed the backup and disaster recovery solutions landscape.
Businesses urged to up backup game as cryptolocker re-emerges
Australian businesses are being urged to take data back-up seriously as the Cryptolocker ransomware virus re-emerges, hitting local businesses.
Backup storage growing problem for enterprises, Veeam steps in
“With Veeam, enterprise IT can go beyond legacy backup to embrace true data centre availability for all data and applications."
Advantage teams up with Dell and Veeam
"New Zealand businesses know the value of ensuring secure and reliable offsite backups."
IT downtime could mean the end of business
"Whether caused by natural disaster, breach, or employee error, the risks of IT infrastructure going down are enormous.”
EMC dominates declining disk backup market
EMC has romped home as the clear leader in the purpose-built backup appliance market, claiming 57.1% of the declining market in Q2 2015.
Backup your data and save your business
Backing up data can not only save money for an organisation, but reputation and potentially the business, according to Acronis.
Prevent data loss with three simple steps
As the value of data increases and losing critical information can be very costly for a business, ensuring data protection is more important than ever
Kordia targets backup and recovery with new service
Kordia has launched an enterprise backup and recovery service which it claims has saved trialists up to eight hours a month on backup procedures.
CodeBlue: How Veeam's free RMM plug-in is benefiting business
“With this tool we can get to the source of a problem as quickly as possible. We can understand if there is an issue, resolve it and get it running."
Acronis launches cloud platform, looks to tackle data protection market
“With the introduction of the Acronis Data Protection Platform, we bring data protection to businesses and empower service providers and resellers."
Veeam garners 'visionaries' status in enterprise backup software
Gartner has positioned Veeam in the ‘visionaries’ quadrant of the 2015 Magic Quadrant for enterprise backup software and integrated appliances.
Delaware North launches into cloud backup with AirShare and CTERA
Backing up corporate data in remote locations in the Northern Territory or Great Barrier Reef has its challenges.
Acronis gets personal, launches backup service in ANZ
Acronis has launched its Acronis Backup Service and its new software-defined storage data centre for the ANZ region.
KeepItSafe targets trans-Tasman reseller base
With 250 partners in New Zealand alone, he company has no plans on slowing down, with an expansion into the Australian market its next step.
Veeam: Fighting is futile, resellers must embrace cloud
Fighting the surge towards cloud is futile and resellers must instead quickly begin embracing the new business model says a visiting expert.
Kiwi cloud company raises $1.2m, eyes up enterprise space
Revert, the New Zealand-based cloud backup specialist, has raised $1.2 million in its second round of funding, which will be used extend its solution.
Acronis eyes up ANZ region with SMB offering
Acronis is increasing its focus on the Australia and New Zealand region, officially launching its backup-as-a-service offering here.
Agile business continuity now available for MSPs
LogicNow is touting the release of a new version of its hybrid cloud backup and disaster recovery solution as equipping MSPs to upgrade customers.
Backup or replication? Why you actually need both
If you already have a backup solution, that’s great news. However, restoring from backups is never instantaneous.
Global IT budgets hindered by ageing software
IT budgets for the coming year are not going to be breaking any world records. IT pros will need to adjust their tech buying habits due to budget cons
Backup: changing consumption, changing solutions
Backing up to cloud seems a logical move. But New Zealand companies taking the cloud backup route are being encouraged to think about the recovery side, not just backup, as Heather Wright discovers.