Software-defined storage

Software-defined storage allows customers to build shared storage with storage software that provides SAN and NAS capability, including in some cases with full enterprise features such as replication, snapshots, integration with virtualisation platforms, tiered storage and flash drives. Software-defined storage products allow customers to build shared pools of storage from commodity servers, existing storage array capacity or unused direct-attached storage.

  • E-Zine 21 Mar 2023

    The risks of an imbalance in AI

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, a leading AI expert explains the risks of an arms race in artificial intelligence caused by the domination of private sector providers. Our latest buyer’s guide examines ways to reduce IT’s energy use. And we analyse the latest damning revelations from the Post Office scandal inquiry. Read the issue now. Continue Reading

  • E-Zine 16 Mar 2023

    CW APAC: Buyer’s guide to SASE

    Appropriate networking and security functions are integral to cyber defence. In this handbook, focused on secure access service edge in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at its key benefits, how cloud security firm Zscaler aims to improve, the dangers of advanced persistent threat groups and why Australian businesses are waking up to the importance of security investment. Continue Reading

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