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  • Założyciele Veeam przedstawiają urządzenia Object First

    Założyciele Veeam przedstawiają Object First: bezpieczną pamięć masową do tworzenia kopii zapasowych.

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    Martin Stetka for CRN.PL
  • Object First seeks to expand its network of resellers in Mexico.

    With a focus on ease of use and fast data recovery, the company positions itself as a key ally in the protection and efficient management of business information against the connectivity challenges of the region.

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    Desirée Jaimovich for ITSitio
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    Embracing Zero Trust: A Conversation With Object First And Numberline Security

    A Brand Story Conversation From RSA Conference 2024 | An Object First Story With Anthony Cusimano And Jason Garbis. 

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    Anthony Cusimano And Jason Garbis for ITSPmagazine
  • VMblog VeeamON 2024 QA: Find Out What Object First Has Planned for the Event

    VeeamON 2024 (the home of radical resilience) is taking place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, June 3-5, 2024 at the Diplomat Beach Resort. Get started by reading this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Anthony Cusimano, Technical Marketing Director at Object First, developer of Ootbi (Out-of-the-Box-Immutability).

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    VMblog by David Marshall
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    Object First Ootbi: Simple Ransomware-Proof Backups For Veeam

    The founders of Veeam, renowned for their innovative solutions in data management, have once again made a significant contribution to the field of data security with their new venture. 

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    StorageReview by Frank Morrison
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    World Backup Day triggers call for holistic cybersecurity overhaul

    “Implementing a Zero Trust Data Resilience strategy that underlines data backup systems with immutable storage, contextual authentication, and strong access controls is key…”

     

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    Anthony Cusimano for TechDay
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    Mitigating ransomware risks: The role of immutable storage

    Ransomware payments reached over a billion dollars globally in 2023 – the highest number ever observed. Indeed, the number of cyberattacks in Europe specifically surged by 57 percent in the first quarter of last year. With such risk, organizations of all sizes must take steps in every area of business to protect their data. 

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    20 Critical Mistakes To Avoid After A Successful Cyberattack

    Have you experienced a successful cyberattack with prolonged data recovery? Don’t return to normalcy just yet! Our CEO David Bennet urges companies to not fall back into complacency as it could lead to a second attack. Check out other critical mistakes from other Forbes Tech Council members.

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    David Bennet for Forbes
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    2024 Channel Chiefs: The 50 Most Influential

    Super excited to share that our VP of Channel Sales, Vitaly Sukhovsky, has been named to the prestigious CRN 2024 Chanel Chiefs list, which recognizes top leaders throughout the IT channel who drive strategy and set the standard for channel success! Congrats to all the IT executives working to ensure collaborative victories with their partners and customers! 

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    CRN by Rick Whiting
  • Industry Experts Share Insights on Safer Internet Day 2024

    In today’s digital age, we’re increasingly aware of how online security is a requirement to safeguard against malicious data exploitation like browser-based attacks or doxxing. While Zero Trust Data Resilience has been a reliable tactic for backup admin, many everyday users may still need guidance on best practices. For more insights from industry experts including our own Anthony Cusimano, check out the full piece on Safer Internet Day in VMblog.

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    Anthony Cusimano for VMblog