Commvault and HPE launch cloud backup and recovery solution
Together with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Commvault has developed a solution for backup and recovery in the cloud. It is a full integration of the Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery software solution with the StoreOnce systems of HPE.
Commvault's software contributes to the complete dat... Read more
Commvault expands its range of cloud-ready appliances with two new models
Commvault expands its range of cloud-ready appliances with two new models. These are the HyperScale Appliance (model HS3300) and the Remote Office Appliance.
The HyperScale Appliance offers large enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs) a scale-out infrastructure. This gives companies betwee... Read more
Cooperation between Veeam and Lenovo simplifies IT management
Veeam enters into a new international partnership with Lenovo. The partnership between the two companies allows customers to purchase Veeam Intelligent Data Management solutions with Lenovo Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and Storage Area Network (SAN) solutions directly from Lenovo and its re... Read more
Veeam database leakage: not 440 million but 4.5 million email addresses leaked
Three days ago, news came out that an unsecured Veeam marketing server had leaked 440 million data. Veeam has now fully investigated the leak and transparently shared the details with its customers. It also stresses that not 440 million but 4.5 million e-mail addresses are more correct.
In an extens... Read more
Pure Storage announces data hub
Pure Storage tells Techzine about the introduction of the data hub, which the company uses to modernise its storage architecture for unstructured, data-intensive workloads. The data hub is built on Pure Storage Flashblade, a storage platform for artificial intelligence (AI) and analysis applications... Read more
Careless server configuration by Veeam exposed 200GB of data
Veeam, which specializes in data management related to the cloud, is the next company to expose consumer data by misconfiguring a cloud instance. It turns out that roughly 200 gigabytes of data from more than 440 million customers could be seen.
That's what security researcher Bob Diachenko writes ... Read more