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On 26 April 2016 Dropbox Open London gave a demo and “sneak preview” of their new product called Project Infinite. It’s not clear when the product will be released, and whether the product will be available to consumers rather than just their Business clients, but the features suggested in the demo could be quite revolutionary when it comes to cloud data storage and retrieval.
Dropbox operates from the stance that their software should be strongly integrated with Microsoft Office, thereby minimizing the time that someone has to interact with the Dropbox user interface. It boasts some of the following helpful features:
Since Redstor already boasts a cloud offering, they’ve been exploring the field of cloud data storage and retrieval further and have recently launched real-time accessto data backed up in the cloud. This innovative technology allows you to access your backed up files in a matter of seconds.
A traditional data-restore of a large file (e.g. a database) from a backup server requires a user to wait for the restore to finish before they can access the file. InstantData now makes immediate data access possible and convenient by providing the following capabilities:
These and similar products are indicative of the ever progressing online backup software innovation, and it is clear that the market is moving in the same general direction. The chilling truth is that it’s now only a question of who will get left behind.
The recent ransomware attack on Kaseya, a cloud-based IT and security management provider services company that supplies tech-management tools to customers worldwide, has the potential to be the most serious cyber-criminal incident this year.Continue reading