We are living in scary times when it comes to IT. Just look at the news, and you’ll likely see another ransomware attack on another company. And it’s not just the large, enterprise-size firms that are being affected. Firms of all sizes are targeted, and it doesn’t...
When I read news articles of malicious attacks on networks and data center failures, I get that sick feeling in my stomach. I have empathy for those system administrators that are living out those stories, anticipating who knows how many long nights ahead of them....
Data is one of an organization’s most valuable resources, making it a popular target for cyber criminals. With more people working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic under weaker home security, Dell Technologies reports that ransomware attacks are up by 148%....
Ransomware attacks are increasing in frequency and sophistication. Before data is encrypted or destroyed, attackers go after the infrastructures that store and protect your company’s information—this a real problem affecting many organizations. As a result, many...
By Joseph F. Kovar The two new offerings–DirectFlash Fabric to replace legacy iSCSI connectivity with RDMA over converged Ethernet, and ObjectEngine for flash storage-based data protection to the cloud, are aimed at accelerating existing and new workloads....
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