Backup & Recovery Headlines

  1. ExaGrid And OffsiteDataSync Partner To Offer Disaster Recovery As A Cloud Service And DR As A Service (DRaaS)

    ExaGrid, a leading provider of disk-based backup storage, and OffsiteDataSync, a leading provider of data retention, disaster recovery (DR) and hosted cloud computing services, recently announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to deliver ExaGrid Disaster Recovery as a Cloud Service. The new disaster recovery solution leverages ExaGrid's award-winning backup storage appliances, featuring its unique landing zone and scale-out architecture, and supports Veeam Availability Suite software at either the customer's onsite data center or at OffsiteDataSync's strategically located Tier IV data centers throughout the United States.

  2. Paragon Software Announces Storage SDKs For Android And iOS

    Paragon Software Group, the technology leader in data security and data management solutions, announces the release of its UFSD software development kits for Android and iOS.

  3. SolidFire Continues To Power Highly Scalable, Virtualized Next Generation Data Centers With Latest Agile Infrastructure For Virtual Environments

    Dell World Booth #2010 - SolidFire, the #1 Solid-State Array, recently introduced the latest addition to its Agile Infrastructure (AI) family of pre-validated converged infrastructure designs.

  4. PROMISE Technology Debuts Enhanced Cloud File Synchronization And Sharing Service Solution

    PROMISE Technology Inc., a recognized global leader in the storage industry, today announced the launch of a new, enhanced version of its FileCruiser private Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) solution: FileCruiser 2.0.

  5. Carbonite Answers Market Demand For Powerful, Affordable Disaster Recovery Solutions That Minimize Downtime

    Carbonite, Inc., a leading provider of cloud and hybrid business continuity solutions for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), recently announced an enhanced portfolio of software and hardware disaster recovery solutions featuring server image backup and bare metal recovery.

  6. Continuum Honors The Gordon Flesch Company With All-In All Star Award At Navigate 2015

    The Gordon Flesch Company (GFC) has earned the All-In All Star Award from Continuum, the industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, presented at Navigate 2015, Continuum’s second annual user conference, which took place on Sunday, September 27 – Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

  7. Leading Internet And Hosted Services Veterans Announce New Cloud Solutions Provider: CloudRoute

    Today, CEO and Founder, Andre Temnorod, announced the launch of CloudRoute. CloudRoute is a Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) specializing in the delivery of cloud applications, solutions and services for businesses ranging from 20 to 1,000 employees. The primary offering provides business productivity tools associated with Microsoft Office 365, such as Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and Access), Skype for Business, SharePoint and One Drive.  Additionally, CloudRoute provides premium migration and support services from legacy email applications to cloud-based Office 365 Exchange Online.

  8. StorageCraft Offers Free Backup And Disaster Recovery Software To Businesses Impacted By Floods In Southeast

    Businesses and non-profit organizations in areas of the southeastern United States that were affected by the past week’s catastrophic floods are being offered a free three-day version of backup and disaster recovery software from StorageCraft Technology Corp.

  9. Tempered Optimism From IT Channel Companies, New CompTIA Study Finds

    Information technology (IT) industry channel companies are generally optimistic and positive about future business opportunities, according to new research released recently by CompTIA, the IT industry trade association.

  10. New Study Reveals Opportunities For Service Providers Taking Innovative Approaches To Storage

    SolidFire, the leader in all-flash storage systems built for the Next Generation Data Center, recently revealed the results of an independent study that offers insight into how service providers are using all-flash arrays (AFAs) in their cloud and hosting platforms to sell and monetize storage and differentiate their services.