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Capgemini Pivotal Anomalous Behavior Detection to discover inside threats

Capgemini and Pivotal are collaborating to help companies address advanced threats to the enterprise. Anomalous Behavior Detection provides a reactive and predictive approach to help enterprises...

Gartner says smartphones and tablets is the new endpoint security battlefield

The Vanson Bourne survey commissioned by BT illustrates the blatant disregard by enterprises of the security issues that can arise from unfettered use of personal mobile devices in the...

Hong Kong CEOs taking security very lightly

A new survey by Vanson Bourne, sponsored by BT Global, reveals that the wrong attitude about security, starting at the top and trickling downwards, is putting Hong Kong organizations at serious...

HP enters DR in the cloud with Helion Continuity Services

Business Continuity (BC) is the capability of an organization to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following a disruptive incident. Most enterprises have a BC...

Symantec Pulling The Plug on Backup Exec Appliance

On 11th of October 2015 in a blog by Drew Meyer  Senior Director, Global Product Marketing at Symantec,  it was quietly announced that Symantec will be pulling the Backup Exec Based...

Acronis ramps up cloud services with BackupAgent and nScaled buys

Showing its intent to compete in the burgeoning data protection in the cloud market, backup vendor Acronis is acquiring competition. Two recent acquisitions are Holland-based cloud backup competitor...

How Snapchat Naked Pictures Highlight The Need For a Strong BYOD Policy

A couple of days ago it was discovered that hackers managed to intercept some explicit images that were sent through Snapchat, a social media messaging app very popular with teenagers aged 13 to 17....

Barracuda updates data protection portfolio

Barracuda Networks announced its new Data Protection Plus strategic initiative, aimed at helping customers access, retain and share critical data from anywhere and any device. Barracuda also...

Understanding Caringo erasure coding and replication in storage cluster patents

In 2005, Caringo founders Mark Goros, Jonathan Ring and Paul Carpentier saw an anomaly: consumer grade storage was getting cheaper but enterprise storage arrays remain very expensive. They decided to...

Cristie Adds Microsoft Azure Support to Clone Manager

Note from DSA Editor: We like the way Cristie are taking the guts of an old technology (BMR) and making it relevant in a rapidly changing IT world. It would be nice to see Clone Manager evolve...

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