Network Storage

Australia's Climate Change department is sending its data off-site to achieve the green targets it has set for its new office accommodation in Canberra, the Nishi Building which is currently under construction and due for completion in October 2012

SolarWinds has added support for Dell Compellent to its multi-vendor Storage Manager software that includes the management tools included with most storage arrays and the servers, switches, hosts and VM’s they are connected to.

The reign of the personal computer as the sole corporate access device is coming to a close, and by 2014, the personal cloud will replace the personal computer at the center of users' digital lives, according to Gartner, Inc

StorageCraft has moved to the Elite level in the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program, designed to help technology vendors integrate their products with VMware virtualisation software.

AvePoint has launched DocAve 6, its updated management platform for on-premise, cloud, and hybrid SharePoint farms, including Microsoft Office 365.

A new solution for  file archiving, SharePoint archiving and email archiving has been unveiled by Virtual Code Solutions, called ShareArchiver.

Kroll Ontrack, the provider of information management, data recovery, and legal technology products and services, has announced its annual Top 10 Data Disasters for 2011. From human error to natural disaster, this annual list of real data loss situations compiled by Ontrack Data Recovery engineers from more than 30 Kroll Ontrack offices around the globe, reveals data loss is often inevitable, but not necessarily permanent. 

Backup and recovery software provider Atempo has been acquired by ASG Software Solutions, who will integrate its solutions.

WatchDog Software has announced the release of Version 5 of its monitoring package, which tests and monitors backups from a central console and now features daily automated recovery testing (DART) technology.

When a critical financial server at Brisbane’s Anglican Church Grammar School failed suddenly, its rapid and effortless recovery prompted Network Systems Administrator Gavin Rees to go out and buy 28 StorageCraft ShadowProtect licences next day.