By Richard Giddey, Vice President Asia Pacific, ActiveImage
Data storage and backup is no longer the simple procedure of former years. While management might once have been capable of handling an organisation’s storage, backup and even disaster recovery, today these procedures must be managed by an IT professional, if not an IT team.
Data storage firm Seagate has launched a range of 14TB 3.5" hard drives, for specialised demanding applications like NAS, surveillance and hyper-scale data centres as well as personal use.
Commvault has announced new appliances to extend the power of data management to enterprises, MSPs and remote offices
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