Backup/Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Article Archive:
Mimecast vows to stick to its 100 percent availability promise and offer compensation after coming under fire following outage.
Barracuda debuts a Web application firewall that defends against DDoS attacks, taking the firm further in its upmarket journey. And it’s hoping the security and storage channel will recognize its enterprise efforts.
Hewlett-Packard Co. this week is taking aim at the growing storage needs of cash-strapped smaller businesses with a new SMB-focused storage system and an updated channel program to help resellers get the wares into the hands of their clients.
Zenith Infotech is scheduled to go before India regulators to appeal the barring of its officers from trading in the public stock markets. The company’s chairman, Rajkumar Saraf, says the Securities and Exchange Board of India overstepped its bounds. A loss could prove devastating to the cloud computing company.
In the crowded backup market, Carbonite – a company best known for its consumer backup services – is seeing growth and profitability accelerate by small business sales driven by its fledging channel.
Symantec is upping the value of its managed services offerings with Kaseya plug-ins for its flagship Backup Exec and Symantec Endpoint Protection products. The goal: making a bigger dent in growing SMB markets.
CA Technologies is in a renascence as it presses into cloud management and service provider automation solutions, looking to its core group of partners to drive success. On the other end, CA’s backup business — ArcServe — is pursuing a volume business in the midmarket. The question: Can the two coexist?
Dell — calling itself a software and service company — has come out swinging with releases around BI, mobility and productivity. But Round Rock underscores that its transformation wouldn’t be complete without a unified channel.
Most opening keynotes generate excitement and pump up the audience with a “let’s go get ‘em” team spirit. But at Symantec Vision Conference 2013, CEO Steve Bennett laid it out in no uncertain terms that the company is in a state of transition and has a long ways to go before it gets back on track. But it will get better.
Zenith Infotech has a little more time to come up with the money it needs to satisfy India regulators. The Securities Appellate Tribunal, the stock market regulatory equivalent to an appeals court, granted the cloud computing company a temporary stay until the next hearing in May.