NetApp

Articles about NetApp

  • CHANNEL

    Backed for success

    Feb 26, 2012 Despite the impact of the recession, the Middle East IT storage market is gearing up for a resurgence in 2012, with enterprises across the region moving to consolidate and protect their data assets by investing in the latest innovations.

  • CHANNEL

    Aptec and NetApp partner on regional roadshows

    Jan 02, 2012 Events held to boost awareness of NetApp Mid-Sized Enterprise storage solutions

  • IT BUSINESS

    NetApp chief plans to retire

    Aug 18, 2011 VP and CFO Steve Gomo will hand duties over to Nicholas R Noviello on 31st December

  • IT BUSINESS

    Technology companies top Forbes Innovation list

    Jul 26, 2011 Salesforce.com, Amazon.com nab top two spots on the Top 100 most innovative global companies list

  • IT BUSINESS

    CommVault debuts NetApp OEM agreement

    Jun 06, 2011 NetApp to integrate parts of CommVault’s Simpana 9 with NetApp SnapShot

  • CHANNEL

    Aptec and Track launch data centre program

    Feb 09, 2011 Datacenter Partner Alliance Program to boost reseller ability on data centre delivery

  • IT BUSINESS

    NetApp refreshes product lines

    Jan 10, 2011 Company introduces SSDs, new high and mid-range storage, adds new software

  • CHANNEL

    Shooting for the top

    Nov 30, 2010 NetApp recently flew in its EMEA top dogs to Dubai to host the company’s Quarterly Executive Event for partners and end-users. Juan de Zulueta, the vendor’s EMEA VP for channel, took time out from his busy schedule to discuss its go-to-market strategy and reveal where it actually stands on the cloud computing debate.

  • CHANNEL

    Tech Access finds its range in MENA

    Oct 28, 2010 Value added distributor Tech Access has finally been confirmed as an Oracle VAD for the MENA region. The move is just one part of a wider plan that involves a radical step-up in the company’s go-to-market strategy.

  • Smarter storage

    Oct 16, 2010 With the rest of the enterprise market advocating downsizing deployments and using existing infrastructure in more efficient ways, can the storage sector really keep pushing bigger and bigger solutions?

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