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Infinidat and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) have confirmed a collaboration focussed on building new services that TCS will provide to augment Infinidat’s InfiniBox and InfiniGuard solutions, enabling enterprises to simplify IT operations, improve the cybersecurity and cyber resilience of storage infrastructure, and reduce TCO.

It’s no wonder that in PwC’s 24th Annual Global CEO Survey, leaders ranked cyberattacks second place amongst the most serious of all possible economic, social, political, business, and environmental threats. Ransomware attacks represented 12% of breaches of critical infrastructure in the last year. By James ‘JT’ Lewis, Director of Channel Sales for EMEA and APJ at Infinidat.

Cyber security experts have estimated that global cyber crime costs will exceed 7.5 trillion Euros this year, according to CyberSecurity Ventures. Enterprises run on data and when it’s hacked or corrupted by cyber criminals, the disruption can topple an operation overnight, with multi-million Euro consequences.

Faced with ambitious Group-wide growth projections for expanding new handling capacity, including gateway and transhipment capabilities, the existing data storage system at Contship Italia was reaching its end-of-life stage.

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named James “JT” Lewis, Infinidat’s Director of Channel Sales for EMEA and APAC, a 2024 Regional Channel Chief. CRN UK’s inaugural Regional Channel Chiefs list, which covers EMEA and APAC channel leaders, is recognising JT Lewis for the significantly positive difference he has made for channel partners and within the company over the past year.

Consider these statistics: 75% of IT decision-makers have reported gaps in the skill sets of their IT staff – and this is a 145% increase over the past seven years, reported Skillsoft. Six in 10 large enterprises reported a skills gap, according to the Computing Technology Industry Association

Far too many enterprises are stuck in the past when it comes to backing up their valuable corporate data. They may not be in 1955 like high schooler Marty McFly who wound up in the past in the 1985 classic movie Back to the Future, but the IT teams at these enterprises are relying, too often, on outdated strategies for backup or missing out on opportunities to augment their cyber resilience by repositioning their primary storage as a new type of backup target or using a next-generation, purpose-built backup appliance.