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Acronis: One in three users have lost data, many willing to pay for recovery
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Acronis: One in three users have lost data, many willing to pay for recovery

April 1st, 2016 | by Alfred Siew
About one in three people have lost important data on a PC, phone or other digital device, and they are willing to pay to get that data back, according to a survey carried out by...
Veeam’s revenue bookings surge 17 per cent in third quarter
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Veeam’s revenue bookings surge 17 per cent in third quarter

October 28th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
The backup software hotshot continues to maintain its momentum in the market for backup and recovery of data and business applications in the third quarter....
Veeam plans bigger push into enterprises and the cloud
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Veeam plans bigger push into enterprises and the cloud

October 27th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
Backup software specialist Veeam plans to reach out to larger companies and help more of them tap on cloud services to backup their data....
Over half of Singapore consumers do not back up data regularly: Survey
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Over half of Singapore consumers do not back up data regularly: Survey

October 7th, 2015 | by Desmond Koh
Singapore's consumers may be tech savvy, but more than half of them do not back up personal data such as documents and pictures, despite having lost them before, according to a recent survey....
Netgear releases new NAS devices for SMBs
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Netgear releases new NAS devices for SMBs

April 28th, 2013 | by Zen Soo
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMB) now have another option for data storage with Netgear’s latest networked-attached-storage (NAS) products, which promise powerful and reliable storage....
Kronicles offers on-site and off-site backup for SMEs – at a monthly cost
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Kronicles offers on-site and off-site backup for SMEs – at a monthly cost

May 16th, 2012 | by Alfred Siew
Enterprise-grade option promises to keep up to three copies of customers' most important data to ensure business continuity....
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Gmail glitch: messages wiped for more than 100,000 users

February 28th, 2011 | by Raymond Lau
Some 100,000 to 150,000 Gmail users had their messages, chat logs and other personal settings wiped clean early today, due to a serious glitch that would likely cast doubt about the reliability of similar cloud-based services....