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Symantec launches managed backup service
April 30, 2009 -- Symantec today announced a Managed Backup Service for managing day-to-day backup operations in existing NetBackup environments at a lower cost than in-house management, according to the company.
CA adds de-dupe, SRM to ARCserve
April 27, 2009 -- CA today announced a slew of enhancements to its flagship ARCserve backup/recovery software and its XOsoft line of replication and high availability products, all of which fall under the CA Recovery Management umbrella.
NetEx accelerates replication in the cloud
April 27, 2009 -- NetEx is taking its software from the wide area network (WAN) into the cloud with the debut of HyperIP for Cloud Data Transport acceleration, a new version of its WAN acceleration product built to overcome bandwidth limitations related to replicating and recovering data from cloud storage repositories.
Atempo makes Mac archiving a priority
April 24, 2009 -- Atempo is making inroads in the archiving world in a non-traditional way. The newest version of the company's Atempo Digital Archive (ADA) product is aimed squarely at the underserved Mac archiving market.
Permabit drives down archiving costs
April 21, 2009 -- Permabit Technology is using bigger drives, faster processors and capacity optimization techniques to power the newest storage node in its Enterprise Archive Data Center Series of archiving platforms. The result, according to company executives, is an archiving system that costs less than $1 per GB.
Tarmin's active archive supports SharePoint
April 17, 2009 -- <strong>April 16, 2009</strong> -- Tarmin Technologies this week announced the second release of its GridBank active archive platform for unstructured, fixed-content data on secondary storage resources. In addition to providing active archive functionality, GridBank also encompasses object-based storage and information lifecycle management functionality.
Thales addresses encryption key management
April 16, 2009 -- Thales this week announced the Thales Encryption Manager for Storage (TEMS) key management appliance. In contrast to proprietary key management systems, TEMS is currently based on the IEEE P1619.3 standard and will eventually support the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) standard, which is expected to finalized by the end of this year.
Cleversafe upgrades dispersed storage appliances, software
April 15, 2009 -- Cleversafe is now offering upgraded versions of its dispersed storage systems and software to entice customers in search of cost-effective ways to store and distribute digital content.
Replication and cloud computing are inseparable
April 13, 2009 -- Cloud-based computing is an emerging practice that offers significantly more infrastructure and financial flexibility than traditional computing models.
Double-Take revamps data protection software
April 8, 2009 -- Double-Take Software is adding boot-from-SAN and migration capabilities to its data protection repertoire as it expands beyond CDP, replication and failover with a new software suite.
Symantec enters the DR testing game
April 8, 2009 -- Symantec is addressing the ever-present problem of configuration drift in disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) systems with the debut of Veritas CommandCentral Disaster Recovery Advisor, a DR/HA software tool OEM'd from Continuity Software.
FalconStor speeds up backups
April 6, 2009 -- At the Storage Networking World conference in Orlando today, FalconStor Software announced an option for its popular Virtual Tape Library (VTL) that promises to accelerate backups and eliminate the backup window.
Zetta launches cloud storage service
April 6, 2009 -- Cloud storage startup Zetta used the Storage Networking World conference as a launching pad for both the company and its first offering in the cloud storage services market.
EMC replaces EmailXtender with SourceOne
April 2, 2009 -- EMC is bidding farewell to its EmailXtender archiving software in favor of SourceOne, a new platform designed with an eye toward today's data centers.