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Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs recognizes VIA's efforts in creating the best green products and services by a Taiwanese company.

Nexsan®, a leading independent provider of disk-based storage systems, today announced that it will participate in a series of VMware User Group (VMUG) seminars throughout 2011. Beginning on May 5th in Charlotte, North Carolina, Nexsan will demonstrate how to achieve significant operational advantages using storage aligned for virtual environments to increase information availability while reducing capital and operational expenses.

Sunday, 27 February 2011 19:19

Carbon tax spurs data centres to go green

The much vaunted carbon tax, and its implicit promise of pricier power is providing a fillip to technology companies selling green computing solutions.

Published in Virtualisation
Sunday, 27 February 2011 19:19

Carbon tax spurs data centres to go green

The much vaunted carbon tax, and its implicit promise of pricier power is providing a fillip to technology companies selling green computing solutions.

Nexsan's Assureon online archive gives IPR the reliability and compliance-level privacy it needs to deliver high data availability to its customers while reducing overall costs by 40%

Saturday, 26 June 2010 05:33

Buy twice, to get it right once?

The DCIG Midrange Array Buyer's Guide ranks midrange storage arrays allowing buyers to choose the right data storage product for their business - the first time.

The Assureon disk archive overcomes performance and data integrity issues related to tape archiving while greatly reducing cost and complexity with infrastructure consolidation and automated management

Wednesday, 24 March 2010 17:12

SAP's SEAC to shape sustainability software

German software giant SAP is this afternoon holding the first meeting of its local Sustainability Executive Advisory Council (SEAC), including representatives from Telstra, AGL and Corporate Express, which is intended to steer the development of software tools to help companies go green and become more sustainable.

Australian and New Zealand chief information officers - Government included - are lagging their international peers when it comes to exploring new age technologies such as cloud computing and Web 2.0.

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