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Although it is possible to buy clones of Therabody's Theragun devices at various stores and online, Therabody's introduction of the Theragun in 2008 set off a persuasive massage therapy revolution that still reverberates to this day, and you can buy one of the models from up to $240 off.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

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GUEST INTERVIEW: Although the spectre of Omicron hovers, people are nevertheless returning to work in a hybrid fashion, with the demand for modern, fast and fluid videoconferencing experiences never greater, whether at home, at work, or other remote working scenarios, so what are the trends for a world on the mend?

Published in Business IT

Security software and services firm Blackberry has announced a new critical event management (CEM) solution - BlackBerry Alert - designed to help commercial organisations prepare for, respond to and recover from major incidents.

Published in Security

Zebra's A/NZ director, Tom Christodoulou, and Daniel Park, Sales Engineer Manager, reveal in an exclusive video interview, what customers want in a post-COVID world, leading to retailers quickly adapting to an on-demand reality augmented by enterprise-grade technology delivering connectivity, productivity and customer satisfaction as never before.

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Zebra's A/NZ director, Tom Christodoulou, and Daniel Park, Sales Engineer Manager, reveal in an exclusive video interview, what customers want in a post-COVID world, leading to retailers quickly adapting to an on-demand reality augmented by enterprise-grade technology delivering connectivity, productivity and customer satisfaction as never before.

Published in Business IT

GUEST OPINION by Brett Barningham, Managing Director of Local and State Government ANZ, Civica. The government’s latest Budget has been described by some as one of “shock and awe” levels of spending, including billions on regional infrastructure. The figures are truly eye-watering – and confirmation that the government is seeking to use its purchasing power to enhance overall demand amid a record recession.

Published in Guest Opinion

Businesses must start planning their recoveries now from the COVID 19 pandemic crisis to avoid devastating long-term financial impacts, despite the fact that the businesses are still grappling with daily disruptions as the pandemic continues to increase, according to one global analyst firm.

Published in Health

SPONSORED REVIEW: External hard drives are evolving to be faster, safer and more reliable. Nevertheless, they are not advanced enough to be shielded from events that cause data loss on the external hard drives.

Published in Business Software

SPONSORED REVIEWS. Have you ever lost a whole partition on your hard drive or SSD? Although it is very uncommon for this scenario to occur, facing this disaster and losing precious data on my SSD has taught me quite a few interesting things. My research to find the most effective data recovery software has been a revelation and motivated me to write the review about this tool Remo Hard Drive Recovery. I’m hoping this review will help many people to come.

Published in Data

ActiveImage has released ActiveVisor, an "enterprise management solution that allows system administrators to manage ActiveImage Protector back-up agents".

Published in Business Software

Working on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, and already boasting over 6 million users, Paragon's system software smarts see it releasing Backup & Recovery Free, free of charge.

Published in Home Tech

Acronis Backup 12.5 is an easy-to-use, yet still powerful multi-platform back-up solution with an all-important active protection against ransomware.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

A new survey shows Australians value data more than their hardware, something that’s no surprise given our digital lives and a growing number of PCs and mobile devices per household.

Published in Home Tech

Ricoh has launched a new cloud-based Backup-as-a-Service for Veeam Cloud Connect which it says offers customers a best-practice backup solution.

Published in Enterprise Cloud
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 12:32

Commvault launches Commvault Intellisnap for NetApp

Commvault’s new ‘array-based snapshot management solution’ is said to accelerate and simplify data protection and recovery for NetApp customers.

Published in Data

Veeam’s new Backup for Linux is coming soon to deliver availability for Linux Servers in the Cloud and On Premises, and it’ll be free.

Published in Data

Damballa is a US security company, new to Australia, helping enterprises prevent loss of data, IP, finances and reputation - we interviewed its executives to learn more.

Published in Security

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
Friday, 10 February 2012 17:42

Faster, better SSD data recovery

Even though solid state drives aren't as prone to physical damage as conventional hard drives, it's still possible to lose data. Kroll Ontrack says it has developed proprietary techniques to recover more data in less time.

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