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Storage and Data Protection News for the Week of May 3; Updates from Commvault, Rubrik, Veritas Technologies & More

Solutions Review Executive Editor Tim King curated this list of notable storage and data protection news for the week of May 3, 2024.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant storage and data protection news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of 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 May 3, 2024

Arcserve Secures Significant Investment & Names New CEO

Arcserve provides cost-effective and scalable data protection and certainty across all data environments. The company continues to expand its Unified Data Protection and Recovery solutions to help customers succeed.

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Commvault Launches Cloud Cleanroom Recovery

A cleanroom is an isolated recovery environment that is frequently used for secure cyber recovery scenarios. However, traditional cleanrooms are often resource-intensive, requiring organizations to maintain duplicative environments for every critical application across every server and every location.

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Dremio Partners with VAST Data on Data Security and Accessibility

Together at Subsurface, Dremio’s flagship event and the only event dedicated to data lakehouse architecture, the companies shared how organizations can safeguard their data assets by combining Dremio’s powerful SQL query engine and semantic layer with the scalability and performance of VAST Data’s all-flash data lake.

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Kyndryl and Rubrik Partner on Cyber Incident Recovery

As part of the strategic alliance, Rubrik collaborated with Kyndryl to co-develop and launch Kyndryl Incident Recovery with Rubrik. This fully managed ‘as-a-service’ solution provides customers with data protection and cyber incident recovery, backup, and disaster recovery for cloud and on-premises workloads.

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LogicGate Unveils New AI Governance Solution

The LogicGate AI Governance Solution is uniquely positioned to provide enterprises with a solution to quickly adopt and holistically manage AI technology across their organization, enabling them to stay competitive, agile, and compliant while safely reaping the benefits of AI.

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Private AI Unveils Cloud API for Data Privacy

Now, with the availability of the Cloud API, businesses can effortlessly incorporate these powerful PII detection capabilities into their existing workflows and applications. This seamless integration helps ensure the highest level of data security and regulatory compliance.

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Quantum Releases New Subscription Called GO

Quantum GO offers customers the best of both worlds—a private cloud experience with a low initial entry point and low fixed monthly payment options for a true storage-as-a-service experience. As storage requirements increase, Quantum GO gives customers the added advantage of a simple ‘pay-as-you-grow’ subscription model.

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Rubrik Says Orgs Lose 20 percent of Their Sensitive Data in Every Ransomware Attack

The Rubrik Zero Labs research unit pairs Rubrik telemetry across its customer base of more than 6,100 organizations with findings from a survey conducted by Wakefield Research of more than 1,600 IT and security leaders — half of which are CIOs and CISOs.

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Trust Stamp Secures Patent for AI-Powered Data Protection Applications

Its technology empowers organizations with advanced biometric identity solutions that reduce fraud, protect personal data privacy, increase operational efficiency, and reach a broader base of users worldwide through its unique data transformation and comparison capabilities.

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Veritas Strengthens Cyber Resilience with New AI-Powered Solutions

With the industry’s first self-defending data protection solution, a generative AI-powered operational copilot, and new ecosystem partners, organizations can more rapidly recover from ransomware attacks.

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Yugabyte Previews Native Disaster Recovery on Distributed SQL Database

New regulations, like DORA in Europe and APPI in Japan, highlight the growing need for robust disaster recovery and operational resilience. Legacy database systems often require complex third-party protection solutions. As a result, they struggle to meet the ever-changing compliance demands.

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Expert Insights Section

Watch this space each week as our editors will share upcoming events, new thought leadership, and the best resources from Insight Jam, Solutions Review’s enterprise tech community for business software pros. The goal? To help you gain a forward-thinking analysis and remain on-trend through expert advice, best practices, trends and predictions, and vendor-neutral software evaluation tools.

Solutions Review Set to Host Cohesity for Exclusive Spotlight Show May 14

With the next Solutions Spotlight event, the team at Solutions Review has partnered with leading data security and management vendor Cohesity. Cyberattacks are not a matter of “if” but of “when,” and the costs to recover are growing. But force-fitting your legacy architecture to the cloud just creates silos—increasing complexity and widening the attack surface.

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On-Demand: Solutions Review Hosted Object First for Exclusive Spotlight Show April 30

Learn how to secure your data against ransomware and other threats by replacing your outdated hardware with Ootbi (Out-of-the-box Immutability) by Object First. Ootbi is built on immutable object storage technology designed and optimized for unbeatable backup and recovery performance.

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New Episode of Information Risk with David Loshin: Everything is Fine(s)

A sleeping giant awakens. Companies have been hoovering up users’ personal data to refine their marketing and train LLMs for years, but American regulators are finally starting to lay down the law around data privacy. How does a business contend with over 100 different privacy laws (and growing) around the world?

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