Veritas Technologies Articles
How the utilities industry can win the war against ransomware
Responsible for the nation’s supply of water, gas and electricity, the utilities sector is a fundamental part of our critical national infrastructure. Its importance to the day-to-day running of the country cannot be overstated. So, what happens when critical national infrastructure comes under threat of attack? By Barry Cashman, Regional Vice President UK&I, Veritas Technologies
Over half of UK businesses fall victim to cyber attacks
The utilities sector is under increasing threat from ransomware cyber attacks. More than half (53%) of IT decision makers in the sector admit that their business has been targeted by at least one cyber security attack over the last 12 months, according to new research from Veritas Technologies, a global leader in data protection, availability and insights.
Evolving fears stilt the growth of cloud adoption
Fears over data loss and compliance breaches have held back UK organisations from cloud adoption according to the latest research from Veritas Technologies, a specialist in data protection and availability.
To protect or to pay?
New research conducted by Veritas Technologies, reveals that UK consumers overwhelmingly believe businesses should stand up to hackers and refuse to pay ransoms.
Pushing platform innovation with data protection and insight
There’s a lot to be said about maintaining the status quo. It’s safe, proven and limits risk. Unfortunately, for most things that matter - this approach just doesn’t cut it. Especially for our enterprise customers. To drive platform innovation, solve new problems, and achieve business success - now is the time to re-evaluate how things are done. By: Simon Jelly, Backup Exec General Manager and Vice President and Doug Matth...
Enterprises count on Veritas as cloud adoption accelerates
Enterprise customers are accelerating their cloud transformation initiatives revealed Veritas Technologies, a worldwide leader in enterprise data protection and software-defined infrastructure. Over the past year alone, Veritas has seen a four-fold increase in the amount of data moving from on-premises environments to the two leading public clouds. This is in addition to a dramatic increase in the number of NetBackup workloads that have moved to ...
Reducing downtime for mission critical applications and services
Veritas Technologies has announced an expansion of its collaborative solutions for customers that include application resiliency, data analytics, and long-term retention. These solutions provide customers with business continuity for mission critical applications, and storage optimisation using Veritas data analytics and long-term retention solutions.
UK heading for data storage breaking point
UK consumers face a tough choice between deleting their data or paying extra to keep it, finds new research from Veritas Technologies. While data continues to be precious to consumers, few would invest significantly in buying more storage, whether physical or in the cloud.
Research reveals organisations need to improve data protection
According to new research from Veritas Technologies, while data is quickly becoming recognised as an organisation’s most important digital asset, the majority of the UK companies need to make improvements when it comes to day-to-day management of data.
Can GDPR clean up the 42% of organisations' stale data environments?
Research from Veritas Technologies has revealed that despite increased scrutiny around data protection and digital privacy, 42% of companies’ total data environments are either stale (i.e. have not been modified in the last three years) or ancient (i.e. have not been modified in the last seven years).
Data protection with radically simplified user experience
Veritas Technologies has unveiled Veritas NetBackup 8.1.2 with a radically improved user interface that simplifies how employees across an organisation can effortlessly protect data and modern workloads. The new Veritas NetBackup 8.1.2 provides customers with best-in-class data protection technology and enhanced user experience.
Cracking the case of unstructured data
Today’s police officers have access to huge volumes of data from an enormous variety of sources. These include video from surveillance and body-mounted cameras, automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) data, phone records, as well as from historic records and information held by other government agencies.