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14.10.2016 Scality and Seagate Hackathon: Challenge Developers to Extend S3 Server Capabilities Using Kinetic Protocol
Giorgio Regni is CTO at Scality. Follow him on Twitter @GiorgioRegni Object storage has become the fastest-growing model for storing rich content for cloud applications, for data such as images and video. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 API has emerged as a standard and is used by thousands of applications in use in the cloud […]
25.06.2018 Seagate Delivers a Revolutionary Cloud, Edge and Data Center Storage Model for Efficient Scaling
The more humanity relies on data to solve our problems, serve our people, run our systems, and entertain us, the more complex the world’s IT architecture becomes. Every business today is a data driven business, and is taking advantage of a mix of data centers and Cloud. The emerging Data Age means businesses face a [...] The post Seagate Delivers a Revolutionary Cloud, Edge and Data Center Storage Model for Efficient Scaling appeared first on Seagate Blog.
17.09.2009 Seagate’s DockStar is the new PC - Personal Cloud
Cloud Computing is all the rage these days when it comes to data centers. Seagate’s new innovation called DockStar gives everyone their own personal cloud. Have all your digital [....]
10.09.2009 WD(R) Unveils Redesigned My Book(R) Essential(TM) and My Book for Mac(R) Drives With New WD SmartWare(TM) Software
LAKE FOREST, Calif., Sept. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- WD(R) (NYSE: WDC), the world's leader in external storage solutions, today introduced its new, smaller, sleeker My Book(R) Essential(TM) and My Book for Mac(R) desktop external hard drives equipped with the new WD SmartWare(TM) software and hardware-based encryption. The new appliances visually present consumers' data in a software control center, providing them peace of mind that their precious photos, videos and files are securely protected. Available now at select retailers and the WD online store (shopwd.com), the new My Book Essentia...
03.10.2009 TechShout.com Review: Seagate announces Self-Encrypting Drive option for enterprise-class hard drives
With large amounts of data storage available on devices today, the need for security too has increased. Seagate recently made public the availability of its new Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) option for its family of enterprise-class hard drives. A first in the hard drive terrain, VARS and system builders across the globe can now take advantage [...]
10.11.2009 Seagate & Microsoft – a match made in heaven?
Seagate’s i365 and Microsoft announced a partnership to shake up data protection in the midmarket. i365 eVault backup solutions + Microsoft Data Protection Manager = Channel opportunity i365 benefits from [....]
22.06.2012 Eyebrow raising quotes from GigaOM Structure
. This week, GigaOM hosted their Structure conference In San Francisco where some (if not most) of the who’s who in the cloud share their visions, opinions, and prognostications around the hype that is the cloud. Based on the coverage of the event, and the conversations and comments made in social media, this is one event I [...]
21.07.2012 In the new data center…software trumps hardware everytime.
. Where to place your bet in the poker game that is the cloud? “The reality, he said, is that engineers know the various components of their systems are going to fail and they design around the known fallibilities. But when you’re building some of the largest computing systems ever assembled, you’re bound to run [...]
24.08.2012 Is the SMB NAS market in need of more…something?
Data security tops the list for SMBs…not surprising, so what is the answer? According to this post by Cloud Tweaks, “ A recent small business cloud computing survey from Microsoft found that a chief concern of potential SMB cloud customers is the security and privacy of their data. A full 70% of small businesses are concerned about where [...]
13.09.2012 Do you have Distributed Data Disorder?
I have to say, this post by Daniel Rasmus on Fast Company is one of my favorites on the cloud thus far: ”Help For Cloud-Storage Hoarders.” Clever, extremely relevant, and entirely true. Guilty, I have Distributed Data Disorder, or DDD. What is it? DDD is an ailment associated with online storage whereby you’ve dug yourself so [...]