Data storage company, Imation, has launched HGST 8TB hard drives.
Storage vendor Nexsan is continuing its Australian channel push through new distributor Connector Systems.
Imation thinks it has come up with a solution to the problems enterprises and public sector organisations have when securing easily-lost portable storage – make drives remotely manageable from the cloud.
Imation’s Windows To Go play is in a much different shape to what it was in when Microsoft first certified the vendor’s IronKey secure USB drives, and much of that occurred at the hands of resellers.
Connector Systems has made its first move into the storage market through a partnership with Imation to distribute the data storage and security vendor’s Nexsan brand in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Imation Corp has appointed Microsoft integration specialist Dilignet to resell its Ironkey portfolio of mobile security solutions.
Latest research by Imation has found that many Australians work remotely, though uptake of BYOD policies is lagging compared to other countries.
Storage and data security vendor, Imation, has appointed Matt Drake as Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) senior sales engineer.
Tape storage, which at one point in time not very long ago was projected to be on the decline, has seen a strong rebound according to The Tape Storage Council.
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