The modern workplace requires technology that not only evolves, but stays one step ahead. In response, Mozy has launched the Next Generation of its cloud-based data protection service for administrators, end-users and partners. Made generally available today, Next-Generation Mozy Cloud Backup now includes:
New “people-centric” cloud administrative tools for enterprise IT
New APIs for Mozy partners
New end-user productivity enhancements including an integrated sync folder MozyEnterprise now available within the EMC Data Protection Suite
Today, EMC announced general availability of the XtremIO (aka Project X) – all-flash storage array, redefining what’s possible with all-flash array storage.
Flash is supposed to be fast, but with XtremIO customers get much more than just speed – XtremIO sets the bar higher in the flash array market. Customers seem to agree, with already ~10PB of effective deduplicated capacity purchased as part of the Directed Availability program (which we announced in March 2013).
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Speaking of those services, EMC recently earned two STAR Awards from the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) in the categories of Innovation in Customer Commitment and Innovation in Leveraging Technology for Service Excellenceat the Technology Services World (TSW) conference. With 23 STAR Awards on the shelves across all service disciplines in the last 12 years, EMC joins Cisco as the only two technology companies to earn the prestigious TSIA Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award four times. Because the STAR Award applications are judged by fellow technology services peers, winning means recognition as the best in the industry by those that live it each and every day.
Today Cisco launched the next phase of the Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), a vision that was announced at Cisco Live in June. EMC’s Jeremy Burton will take the stage with Cisco to demonstrate our mutual customer support and collaboration to bring the next-generation data center into reality and to lead the transformation of IT.
Cisco and EMC are planning various collaboration initiatives to offer customers a choice of virtual infrastructure architectures that can simplify, automate, and transform IT while helping accelerate the journey to cloud computing. As part of this collaboration EMC and Cisco plan to:
Integrate Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure with the EMC ViPR Controller and EMC Storage Platforms.
Enable customers to define application service levels, automatically provision the right infrastructure and monitor system execution in a single pane of glass.
Today’s mobile worker demands anytime, anywhere access to content on all devices. Enterprise customers, however, wrestle with a beast of a challenge – how to liberate users with the access they need and provide an elegant mobile experience, while ensuring that any shared data is protected with enterprise-level controls. EMC calls this “protect by enabling,” and today announced several new innovative features to our market-leading, cloud-based Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) solution, Syncplicity.