Replify is pleased to announce that it has become an Associate Member of the Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT). CSIT is a thought leader in secure information technology research with a network of commercial & research partnerships and a portfolio of successful technology transfer from academy lead research into industry.Read More »
I came across this little demo video from HP showing their HP Data Protector 7 StoreOnce federated deduplication. I liked it, and one of the reasons I liked it was because it was a step towards the dehydrated enterprise.Read More »
I’m sure you’re all been following the news that Debian Wheezy will be released in the next few weeks (ok, maybe not).
This is the newest distribution of Debian Linux and the upcoming version of Replify Accelerator will use it as the basis of its virtual appliance.
A leading UK IT Managed Services company is now using Replify Accelerator along with their Netapp appliances for backup replication. The combination means that windows back-ups are eliminated and the recovery time for data protection is significantly improved over the WAN.Read More »
I’ve just spent a week with a new PC which shipped with Windows 8. At first I tried to “get” it, and embrace the changes. That wasn’t working for me.Read More »
Today is World Malbec Day. Why do we care? Well because Malbec is the official grape of Replify!Read More »
A few weeks ago I blogged on the extraordinary “squeezing” of the WOC appliance enabled by the current generation of micro-server devices such as the Raspberry Pi, Cubox, Odroid, Beagle etc. Recently my eye was caught by an article on a new generation of system-on-chip devices developed by a team at the University of Pisa lead by Dr Paolo Flir.Read More »
It’s time we made a new major software release from Replify and this one is definitely worth waiting for. It’s due for release in May 2013 and covers a couple of important themes for the WAN Optimization market: delivering a variety of clients for wan optimization “on-the-go” and CLAN.Read More »