Network Storage

FUJIFILM has released the LTO Ultrium8 Data Cartridge (LTO-8) for backup and archive of large-capacity data with a storage capacity of 30TB (12TB for non-compressed data), twice the capacity of the previous generation. 

The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum, have announced Fujifilm and Sony are now licensees of Generation 8 technology, meaning that both companies are planning to produce LTO-8 media moving forward. Products from these two companies will be officially certified by the TPCs, with global availability of Generation 8 media anticipated in fourth quarter 2019.

ACA Pacific, the specialist distributor of Document and Information Management solutions, has announced its investment in the New Zealand market, with the opening of a new office and demonstration facility in Rosedale, Auckland.

iland, a provider of secure application and data protection cloud services built on VMware technology, has announced the availability of Secure Cloud Object Storage in Australia to simplify management of unstructured data.

​Probax, a WA-based provider of intelligent data protection and business continuity solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), has launched a new SaaS protection solution: Dropbox Backup & Archive.

Iron Mountain has announced an expansion to its Data Restoration and Migration Services (DRMS) for those seeking to migrate tape-based data into Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Business continuity and disaster recovery solutions have been effective in reducing downtime from days to hours; however, modern solutions are typically reliant upon backup files which are normally inactive and need to be tested and restored. That takes time.

Cloudian, an object storage provider, has announced a new certification with Veritas Enterprise Vault. By employing the company’s exabyte-scalable HyperStore storage, Cloudian claims that Enterprise Vault archive costs can be reduced by up to 70 percent compared to NAS and tape-based systems.

Data storage solution provider Komprise has announced two major product updates: Support for both user and policy driven archiving, and the launch of its standalone NAS migration solution.

Software developer Smarsh has introduced the latest version of Control for Microsoft Teams. The data-loss prevention (DLP) solution enables users to enforce internal policies, and to block and delete content within Teams, strengthening compliance, risk and security efforts.

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