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Storage and Data Protection News for the Week of March 8: Updates from Nasuni, Barracuda, Veeam, and More

torage and Data Protection News for the Week of March 8

torage and Data Protection News for the Week of March 8

Solutions Review editors curated this list of the most noteworthy storage and data protection news items for the week of March 8, 2024.

Keeping tabs on the most relevant storage and data protection news can be time-consuming. As a result, our editorial team aims to summarize the top headlines from the last week in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy storage and data protection news items.

Top Storage and Data Protection News for the Week of March 8, 2023

Barracuda Doubles Down on Partner and Distributor Profitability; Enhances Global Partner Program

Barracuda Networks, Inc.—a partner and provider of cloud-first security solutions—announced new enhancements to the Barracuda Partner Success Program to increase partner margin and profitability and expand technical enablement for channel partners and distributors. Investments in the global Barracuda Partner Success Program include Improving partner compensation models globally, including new discounts and rebates for top-tier partners, and expanding internal offerings to create more opportunities for partners to maximize their revenue.

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Nasuni Launches Nasuni IQ to Unlock Data Silos for AI Services

Nasuni, a hybrid cloud storage solution, announced Nasuni IQ: data intelligence capabilities to help enterprises manage, assess, and prepare their unstructured data environment for artificial intelligence (AI). With Nasuni IQ, businesses can quickly monitor usage patterns, make proactive data management decisions, and better enable the delivery of intelligent insights. As the volume of unstructured data continues to grow in the enterprise, a comprehensive data management strategy has become a top concern for businesses looking to leverage AI.

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Scale Computing Launches New Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Campaign to Help Protect Your Business

Scale Computing—a market leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyperconverged solutions, announced a new campaign aimed at helping IT leaders looking to build IT resilience with native, built-in data protection and disaster recovery capabilities. In 2023, the average cost of a data breach globally reached an all-time high of $4.45 million. This represents a 2.3 percent increase from 2022 and a 15.3 percent rise from 2020. Scale Computing Platform (SC//Platform) makes shielding businesses from malicious and accidental incidents easier, ensuring maximum security and uptime.

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Veeam to Jointly Develop AI Solutions with Microsoft for Industry’s #1 Data Protection and Ransomware Recovery Platform

Veeam Software—a Data Protection and Ransomware Recovery solution provider—announced an extended, five-year strategic partnership with Microsoft to innovate new solutions for protecting customers by integrating Veeam’s product family and Microsoft Copilot and AI services. In addition to joint innovation, the companies will bring to market data protection for Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure with the recently announced Veeam Data Cloud. Through a multi-year engineering collaboration, Veeam and Microsoft will develop capabilities to keep organizations running despite increasing cybersecurity attacks, outages, and natural disasters.

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94% of IT leaders Rely on Immutable Storage to Protect Data as Ransomware Attacks Skyrocket

Scality, a global data storage software, announced the results of a survey of 500 IT decision-makers across FranceGermany, the U.K., and the U.S. to gain insight into immutable data storage’s role in an organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy. Key findings reveal that 94 percent either already rely on immutable data storage or plan to implement it within the next 12 months, and an additional 2 percent plan to deploy it within the next three years, 69 percent consider immutable data storage essential to their corporate cybersecurity, and only 12 percent of those who deployed immutable data storage say it is not essential to cybersecurity.

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