Data Storage stories
Thai Nippon Foods bolsters data protection with Synology solution
Thai Nippon Foods is ramping up its data security, choosing Synology's on-premises storage and backup solutions.
Fantom Drives launches VENOMX NVMe SSDs for high-speed gaming & VR
Fantom Drives unveils VENOMX NVMe solid state drives, specifically designed for high-speed gaming and VR experiences.
Trustwave reveals retail sector's unique cybersecurity threats & solutions
Trustwave report exposes unique cybersecurity threats in retail sector, providing insights and strategies for resilience.
AI-based data management solutions to see increased adoption in the UK
Over half of UK organizations plan to increase their use of AI-based solutions for data management, according to a new report by Denodo.
Nyriad unveils UltraIO-as-a-Service to revolutionise data management
Nyriad introduces UltraIO-as-a-Service, a groundbreaking on-premise Storage-as-a-Service (STaaS) offering to enhance data management.
NetApp report reveals need for unified data storage
NetApp has released its 2023 Data Complexity Report, a global report that explores companies’ growing needs for unified data storage.
Seagate Technology releases new Exos 24TB hard drives
Seagate Technology, a global expert in data storage technology and solutions, has introduced the new Seagate Exos X24 hard drives.
AI shapes cybersecurity trends in APAC: Rackspace Study
AI is increasingly vital for cybersecurity, a Rackspace and Microsoft study shows, revealing investment necessity.
Verbatim launches high-performance PCIe NVMe SSD range
PCIe Gen 3 NVMe SSD will enhance system performance and reliability, while PCIe Gen-4 Gaming SSD is PlayStation 5 compatible.
Seagate unveils fastest SSD for PS5 for enhanced gaming experience
Seagate introduces its fastest SSD, the Game Drive PS5 NVMe, promising enhanced gaming performance for PS5 users.
35% of Australian IT leaders doubt infrastructure's AI readiness: Equinix
A survey shows while 76% of Australian businesses pursue the benefits of AI, building the infrastructure to support it remains a priority.
Somerville invests in Scality RING data storage solution
Somerville has selected Scality to scale its data storage services in order to meet growing customer demand and modernise data security.
Video: 10 minute IT Jams - Another update from Wasabi Technologies
Stephen Madden, who is the Technical Alliance Manager for Australia and New Zealand at Wasabi Technologies, joins us today to tell us more about Wasabi.
Dell APEX data storage and private cloud services expand availability
Dell APEX expands global reach, introduces new capabilities and delivers enhancements to support demanding workloads.
NZ data centre partnership offering greater data sovereignty
Data Centre 220 is working with Xtreme Networks to provide customers with unmatched data sovereignty and geographic diversity.
2033’s semiconductor memory market to be US$354 billion: FMI
The market's expansion is attributed to the surge in demand for memory and storage devices in next-generation connected cars and automotive safety systems.
11:11 and SteelDome improve on-premises data storage and protection
The fully managed service is designed for organisations in need of secure, scalable and cost-efficient storage of their unstructured, on-premises data.
Milestone Systems launches new Kite solution to ANZ market
Milestone Systems has announced the launch of its new Kite cloud solution, Milestone Kite, in Australia and New Zealand in April.
Lancaster varsity to commercialise computer memory Ultraram
Invented by Professor Manus Hayne, who teaches Physics at Lancaster University, Ultraram is a novel type of memory with extraordinary properties.
Tech leaders increasingly influenced by environmental impact
Australian consumers are threatening to abandon businesses that pollute by hoarding unnecessary data, new research from Veritas Technologies has found.
RESEND: Canterbury University gets funding to develop user-friendly wearable computers
Two University of Canterbury researchers have received $870,000 in Marsden funding over three years to research how engineering and psychology coul.