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A cloud storage architecture for the enterprise

Yaniv Romem is co-founder and CTO and Tom Leyden is VP of corporate marketing at ExceleroTech giants such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google have redefined IT for web-scale applications, leveraging standard servers and shared-nothing architectures to ensure maximum operational efficiency, flexibility, and reliability.

As new application workloads – cloud, mobile, IoT, machine learning, and real-time analytics – drive the need for faster and more scalable storage, enterprises are seeking to optimize their infrastructures in the same way as these tech giants.Excelerorsquo;s NVMeshmdash;a unified, scale-out, software-defined, block storage solution that runs on industry standard serversmdash;was designed in response to these needs. NVMesh leverages NVMe high-performance flash, a highlydistributed architecture, intelligent clients that minimize cluster communications, and a proprietary storage access protocol that bypasses the CPU on storage targets.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

AllClear ID launches in Europe and plans 72-hour customer breach response...

London, UK, 24th May 2017: With 12 months until the EUrsquo;s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, AllClear ID, the world leader in customer security, launches in Europe.

The company, which has successfully handled over 5,000 data breaches, including the three largest customer breach response operations in history, plans to offer its 72-hour Reserved Response Programme to Europe in anticipation of GDPRrsquo;s breach notification requirements.

AllClear ID provides the expertise, manpower and infrastructure... Source: RealWire

Oculus cofounder bristles at being “disqualified” for Trump support

After leaving Facebook, Luckey blasts "fake media" for "BS claims" on donations.

Microsoft’s renewed embrace of developers, developers, developers, developers

The software giant is reaching out to communities that it used to ignore.

Threatpost News Wrap, May 19, 2017

Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss WannaCry, Microsoft's response, the killswitches, a potential link with Lazarus Group, and what the future holds for the ShadowBrokers.

The Google Assistant comes to iOS

The Google app gets updated with Google's newest voice command interface.

WCry ransomware worm’s Bitcoin take tops $70k as its spread continues

Three wallets linked to the code take in over 250 payments so far.

WannaCry ransomware used in widespread attacks all over the world

Earlier today, our products detected and successfully blocked a large number of ransomware attacks around the world.
In these attacks, data is encrypted with the extension “.WCRYrdquo; added to the filenames. Our analysis indicates the attack, dubbed “WannaCryrdquo;, is initiated through an SMBv2 remote code execution in Microsoft Windows.

Microsoft’s New Security Update Guides Get Mixed Reviews

Microsoft gets a lukewarm response with its new Microsoft Security Guides that replaced Security Bulletins.

IDG Contributor Network: The dos and don’ts of boosting user app...

 Whether we admit it or not, many of our buying decisions are influenced by reviews.

And this includes mobile apps.

A 2016 survey by Apptentive found that 75% of people identified mobile ratings as a key driver for downloading an app.

But getting users to rate and review your app is no easy task, with the same Apptentive survey finding that only 36% of respondents had left a review in the past 12-months.

And most respondents were only motivated to leave a review in response to a negative app experience.So, you may ask, why bother encouraging users to leave a review then?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

EA goes from cautious to “bullish” on Nintendo Switch support

Mega-publisher is "looking at other titles" to bring to hot-selling hardware.

After net neutrality comment system fails, senators demand answers

John Oliver caused big comment increase, but FCC blames DDoS attacks.