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Following two days of keynotes and sessions, VeeamOn in Las Vegas concluded with a dance-themed party at Light nightclub in Mandalay Bay.
Backing up to disk carries no more risk than tape, according to CBRE.
Veeam held its first partner conference, VeeamOn, in Las Vegas recently to connect with partners and outline its business strategy.
Veeam Endpoint Backup Free will be open to a public beta from November before receiving a public release in early 2015.
A/NZ is a mature market for virtualisation, yet Veeam continues to see opportunities in it.
Veeam’s latest backup solution, Availability Suite v8, will support Veeam Cloud Connect when it is released in Q4.
The datacentre market may have evolved exponentially over the last decade, though Veeam expects more for the “always-on” business to be achieved.
Bluetooth audio is gaining in popularity thanks to mobility, according to Plantronics.
Australian is increasingly being hit by cryptomalware, according to Symantec.
Oki Data Australia has appointed Sirajum Quasem as the new channel manager responsible for the New South Wales and ACT region.
Brocade has turned to the open source community for its new Vyatta controller.
Fujitsu has opened a new purpose-built office in Sydney to act as its regional headquarters.
Imperva is rolling out a multi-phased program to secure Big Data, and the first step is a partnership with Cloudera.
Samsung Australia has seen demand grow for activity-based work solutions in flexible working environments.