The partnership between Hitachi Ltd. and Cisco Systems Inc. goes back a couple of decades. Last year, the two firms announced a strategic partnership agreement. Yesterday they deepened the deal to include a new hybrid cloud services suite focusing on enterprise data management.
Pure Storage Inc. today made several announcements aimed at further bringing a cloudlike operating model to storage and simplifying data resilience.
First, the company released a set of data resilience offerings, including Pure Protect//DRaaS, which it says is a disaster recovery-as-a-service solution, new energy efficiency guarantees for its Evergreen products, and scalable artificial intelligence-powered storage services aimed at global enterprises through its Pure1 management platform.
Veeam Software Inc. Wednesday announced a couple of new offerings in the backup-as-a-service market: Cirrus by Veeam for Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure.
I had a chance to get a pre-briefing with Veeam Chief Technology Officer Danny Allan and asked him what was behind this move. He said it’s primarily about giving customers the flexibility to choose how they want to use Veeam to protect their business whether it’s in the cloud, on-premises or a combination of both.
Contentsquare, a provider of digital experience analytics, rolled out several notable new products and a design update for its Summer 2023 release recently annual flagship event, CX Circle London, focusing on helping organizations provide better customer experiences — both on the web and in-app.
Veeam Software Inc.‘s user event, VeeamON, running May 22-25 in Miami, is an important one because Chief Executive Anand Eswaran (pictured) has been at the helm for almost a year and a half and has now had time to put his fingerprints on the company.