Displaying items by tag: Availability

IT organisations are doing more at the same time than they used to, Pure Storage ANZ country manager Mike Sakalas observes.

Friday, 30 June 2017 15:44

Veeam and Nutanix snuggle up closer

Availability specialist Veeam and hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix have strengthened their ties.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 19 May 2017 07:19

Where is Veeam heading?

Backup and availability vendor Veeam has been making changes to address a broader market.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 18 May 2017 05:30

New features for Veeam Availability Suite

Veeam Availability Suite v10 extends the platform with the addition of support for physical servers, network attached storage and native object storage, along with continuous data protection.

The digital transformation efforts of two thirds of enterprises surveyed for Veeam are being held back by unplanned downtime.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Tuesday, 20 December 2016 12:45

Nimble Storage cracks 'six nines' availability

Nimble Storage says its Predictive Flash Platform is achieving better than six-nines (99.999928%) actual availability.

Thursday, 15 September 2016 17:56

Apple: iPhone 7 tough to find, iPhone 7 Plus sold out

If you’re hoping to get the iPhone 7 you want on Friday during walk-in sales, you might just have to wait until stocks become available.

Published in Mobility

Availability company Veeam has reported record results for the second quarter of 2016 and accelerated growth due to demand for round-the-clock availability, while offering a special zero-gravity flight competition.

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Published in Mobility

Enabling enterprises to successfully meet modern SLAs, Veeam has expanded its Availability Suite 9.5 storage integration, adding Nimble to the existing HPE, NetApp and EMC roster.

Veeam sees the acceleration of cloud adoption and growing customer expectations across the IT industry as the biggest catalysts for significant change through 2016

Published in Data

Veeam’s new managed backup portal for service providers, which it says ‘enables partners to launch new services and accelerate cloud revenue opportunities.’

Tuesday, 22 September 2015 00:29

New iPhones arrive Friday from 8am

From 8am Friday, 25 September, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus arrive to take on Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry for your heart, mind and wallet.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 09:58

Veeam announces enhanced support for Oracle

Veeam Explorer for Oracle will provide "a number of unique, industry-first features for Oracle," the company claims.

Samsung’s iPhone-esque Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are available for pre-order from 5pm tonight and available to buy from April 10, launch video to come.

Published in Mobility

The Solo2 wireless on-ear headphones by Beats are now available in Australia via the Apple Online Store now and from Apple retail stores early April.

Published in Entertainment

Veeam’s new regional conference brought together top partners from A/NZ to demonstrate how to best address customer needs and to announce top partner awards.

Published in Data Centres

Data centre solutions experts Veeam surpassed $1 billion in revenue last year, have released free new Endpoint Backup software for IT Pros and talked to iTWire about it all on video.

Published in Data Centres
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 08:58

Veeam achieves dream Q3 2014 results up 65% YoY

Veeam Software’s solutions for maximising always-on availability for modern data centres has not only released its v8 Availability Suite, but has achieved record results in Q3 that continues a dream run of 27 consecutive of double digit growth.

Published in Data Centres

With only 2000 4G modems coming in Telstra's first allocation before a wider launch later this year, those who feel the need for absolute wireless speed - and work or live in the initial 5km coverage radius from the CBDs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - might have to move at LTE speeds to get one.

Published in Mobility
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