Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia has joined RE100, a global initiative led by the Climate Group in partnership with non-profit organisation CDP, which brings together the world’s influential businesses to commit to 100% renewable electricity.
GUEST OPINION by Katrina Wong, Segment: Consumers’ collective flight to digital sparked a global CDP boom in 2020 and, as the economy recovers, Australian businesses that don’t implement the technology may struggle, writes Katrina Wong, Vice President Product Marketing & Demand Generation, Segment.
Konica Minolta has been recognised for its environmental management efforts with a listing on the CDP Climate A List of companies recognised for their actions and strategies in response to climate change.
SonicWALL, Inc., the leading provider of intelligent network security and data protection solutions, today launched its next generation of Continuous Data Protection (CDP) solutions. Built from the ground up with an entirely new architecture, SonicWALL CDP 6.0 automatically preserves and protects business-relevant data assets against loss from file, device, and location based disasters. With support for Windows®, Linux® and Mac OS®, CDP provides granular, globally enforced policy controls over the entire backup operation. CDP 6.0 supports Microsoft applications including SQL, Exchange and SharePoint servers, Active Directory and Small Business Servers. Its unmatched flexibility enables IT administrators to dictate what information to backup, what to exclude and how the information should be maintained to adhere to recovery and compliance requirements.
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