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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 23 September 2011
Slow economy an 'opportunity' for cultural change.
Australian financial services organisations could be losing tens of millions of dollars a year by creating and using poor-quality data for decision-making.

According to David Howard-Jones of management consultancy Oliver Wyman, poor data quality could cost companies up to 20 percent of their operating profits...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 20 September 2011
Banking panel highlights cloud's immaturity.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has urged financial institutions to establish data classification regimes before taking up cloud or outsourcing services.

The national financial services regulator will shortly begin work on a data management guide that builds on principles of its March 2007 letter to institutions (pdf)...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 13 September 2011
Is Microsoft’s Office365 vulnerable?

Comment: Microsoft still uncertain on root cause of outage.
A lack of detail on the root cause of Friday’s Microsoft Office365 outage has even the strongest advocates of cloud computing concerned the vendor isn’t up to the task of securing online services...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 September 2011
At the beginning of 2011, Intel launched a new effort to expand adoption of Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). The Open FCoE effort has been active ever since and has expanded into usage for virtualization...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 September 2011
It's one thing to build a scalable filesystem. It's quite another to build a scalable company. Gluster founder and CTO AB Periasamy has the challenge of trying to do both.
In an interview with...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 31 August 2011
TechEd attendees given second chance after SAN failure.
Microsoft Australia has begun negotiating with TechEd attendees to reschedule technical exams delayed by an infrastructure failure earlier this week.

The experience, caused by a scaling issue of virtual machines at one of the on-site infrastructure clusters, left many of the developers attending the pre-conference technical sessions unable to complete their "cram exams"...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 31 August 2011
TechEd attendees given second chance after SAN failure.
Microsoft reschedules developer labs

Tech...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 31 August 2011
Users of VMware's virtualization are usually familiar with vMotion which enables virtual machines to move from one physical machine to another. HP is taking the same basic concept and applying it to storage.
HP's Peer Motion technology is being expanded with new features to enable storage mobility and federation across devices...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 25 August 2011
Big data requires big file systems. That's where the open source GlusterFS file system is aiming to fit in with the upcoming GlusterFS 3.3 release.
The Gluster project is out this week with the second beta release of GlusterFS 3.3, the final release is expected before the end of the year...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 25 August 2011
Project to bring together 70 petabytes and public cloud.
The University of Queensland is seeking up to ten university data centres to act as nodes in a Government-funded storage infrastructure project.

It offered selected universities a share of $39...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 23 August 2011
Start-up says it's cheaper a Gigabyte than disk.
Pure Storage, a well-connected enterprise solid state storage start-up, has released its flash-only array.

The company on Tuesday unveiled the Pure Storage FlashArray, which CEO Scott Dietzen claimed was cheaper than disk at around $5 a Gigabyte at 5:1 data reduction, using a mixture of compression and de-duplication...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 22 August 2011
Poaches experienced hosting industry professional.
Amazon Web Services has made its first hire in Australia.

The cloud computing company has poached business development manager Russell Hall from enterprise hosting company Hostworks.

Russell Hall spent ten years at Hostworks, climbing from various technical support roles into account management during that time,

His latest role as client business manager saw him report directly to Hostworks’ national sales manager and – more crucially – develop relationships with all of Hostworks’ key clients...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 17 August 2011
Visiting VP orders data centre assessment.
CSC plans to offer cloud computing services from a data centre in Perth in order to cash in on the mining boom.

Siki Giunta, vice president of global cloud services and software, visited executives in Western Australia this week and was satisfied of the region's demand for such services...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 11 August 2011
Comment: The real issue is making sense of it.
Big data is a popular term used to describe the increasingly data-rich landscape of tomorrow, but it diverts attention away from equally challenging aspects, other than volume.

Too narrow a focus will force massive reinvestment in two to three years to address the other dimensions of big data...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
Patriot Memory Company decided to expand its family of productive SSD drives Inferno by three new models. New items have a capacity of 60, 120 and 240 GB and, l ...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
The Canadian company MOSAID Technologies has announced the development of a prototype SSD drive, which is based on proprietary architecture HyperLink NAND (HLNA ...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
California company Super Talent Technology is preparing to replenish its line UltraDrive new series of SSD drives. The new series is called UltraDrive MX and in ...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
It seems that recently we have reported on the finalization of the specifications BDXL, to increase substantially the capacity of Blu-ray disc and bring it to t ...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
The American company Corsair, known as a supplier of quality computer components, today announced the expansion of its family of SSD drives Force by three new m ...
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Category: Storage, Author: Ronan, Added: 7 August 2011
Taiwan-based Mach Xtreme Technology has announced the completion of a range of new family of SSD drives called MX JET PRO. New items are made in the form factor ...
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