Posts Tagged ‘backup’
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.
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?
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.
Hybrid-storage specialist Tegile Systems has inked a new distribution deal that could make the vendor’s critically-acclaimed storage wares more broadly available to resellers, particularly in public-sector deals.
Shares of embattled Zenith Infotech fall to new lows after India exchange authorities barred the company’s principals from engaging in stock trades amid allegations it improperly diverted funds away from creditors and shareholders.
A new Spiceworks survey finds the average small business is spending close to $6,000 a year on backup products and management, with one-third believing their investments are insufficient. The survey was sponsored by Carbonite, which is pushing deeper into the SMB market with a low-priced, cloud-based backup offering. Could Carbonite disrupt the SMB backup market?
Some people say data backup and disaster recovery is about protection. It is, but it’s also so much more. It’s about assurance that a business will remain operational and productive despite whatever disasters befall it.
Virtualization may be all the rage in the data center, but protecting the data that accumulate on virtual systems is becoming costly, complicated and time-consuming, a new study finds.
Finland-based security software firm F-Secure is reportedly developing a cloud-based file-sharing and backup service similar to Dropbox. The key selling point: security. Consumers will be able to move their business documents between personal devices and corporate systems with ease. It’s a great concept that hasn’t worked out well before.