As Xerox announced its split, Veritas Technologies officially begins its journey as an independent company today led by CEO Bill Coleman. While Coleman’s first day on the job is today, it was announced
SAN FRANCISCO - Disaster recovery vendor StorageCraft Technology Corp. wants its partners to know their feedback on the Cloud Services pricing model was heard, and now it's changing the structure as a result.
Veritas has clarified its approach to the channel as it moves forward post sale, namely in indirect sales targets as well as a deadline for its separation. Under the company's global channel chief Mark Nutt, Veritas
After months of seeking buyers, Symantec announced Tuesday it is selling Veritas to a group of investment firms for $8 billion in cash. The investors are led by the Carlyle Group, followed by GIC Private Limited,
Backup and disaster recovery solutions provider Intronis has two new vice presidents to call its own. The Chelmsford, Massachusetts-based company has appointed Chris Crellin as VP of product management and Scott Graham as VP of
Two major announcements are coming out of backup and recovery solutions provider StorageCraft this week, the first a new Linux-based server backup and recovery solution and the latter an update to its StorageCraft Cloud Services.
When we last saw BitTitan, the company was offering a solution for companies to move their data off of the security-beleaguered Dropbox to either Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive. This time around, the
Office 365 migration solution provider SkyKick has announced that its Migration Suite is free for a limited time within Microsoft’s Internal Use Rights program. The solution, which was previously made available to IT distributor
When big names including GE, Hortonworks, IBM, Infosys, Pivotal, SAS, AltiScale, Capgemini, CenturyLink, EMC, Splunk, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Teradata, and VMware announce a new alliance to create and push for big data technology using
For this week’s CDN #FollowFriday, we are showcasing big data experts that can shed light on best practices. First up is is Ann Cavoukian, the former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and the executive director of