Infinidat, a developer of hybrid technology for storing and protecting data of all types, Tuesday unveiled new software that lets customers configure part of its array to act as if it were a standalone all-flash storage array.
Due to the exponential growth and intensity of cyberthreats – expected to cost over US$8 trillion in 2023 – cyber storage resilience needs to be part of every enterprise’s cybersecurity strategy and we will see this become commonplace, says Richard Connolly.
GigaOm praises Infinidat for having a complete and balanced ransomware protection solution with InfiniSafe® technology, including AI-based, cyber detection capabilities to combat ransomware. This is the 2nd consecutive year that Infinidat has been recognised as a Leader and Fast Mover in block-based ransomware protection.
Analyst GigaOm has released two Sonar reports looking at the state of ransomware protection in block and file-based primary storage, with Infinidat first in block and fifth in file, the highest-placed vendor overall.
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Infinidat recently dropped two big releases back to back – the InfuzeOS Cloud Edition, and InfiniSafe Cyber Detection. So we caught up with the team to learn about the solutions, and how they further Infinidat’s core mission of returning business value to customers.