Space Monkey Peer-to-Peer Digital Storage System Offers Better Backup

A peer-to-peer backup system called Space Monkey is a less-costly alternative to many hard-drive and cloud solutions.
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Druva, a Data Protection Platform, Lands $25 Million Series C

Protecting and tracking corporate data wherever it goes.
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Utah’s Startup Scene Is Almost as Spectacular as Its Fall Scenery

Buses that run on wireless power, a new consumer data backup service, and technology for making phone calls in loud places easier.
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CBOE Staff Knew of Problems in Advance

CBOE Holdings Inc. technology staff knew of software issues in the hours before the largest U.S. options exchange suffered a three-hour outage, according to people briefed on discussions among CBOE officials.

Bringing Your Old-Media Memories Into the Digital Age

PeggyBank digitizes home movies, audio tapes and photos, and uploads them to a free online “vault.”
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A Hangout for All Your Social-Network Photos

Katie tests two products that pull in and back up photos and videos from various social networks.
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For Backup, You’ve Got a Friend, Family or Cloud

Katie tests CrashPlan, a computer-backup system that requires minimal effort and works in the background to automatically back up files.
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Apple Helps Devices Get Their Heads in the Cloud

Apple launches iCloud, a service designed to store and replicate documents on computers, the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad.
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Autonomy Buys Secure “Cloud” Assets

U.K. software group Autonomy Corp. said Monday it has agreed to buy selected assets of U.S. information management company Iron Mountain Inc.’s digital division for $380 million in cash, in a move aimed at strengthening its cloud offering.

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Autonomy Buys Secure "Cloud" Assets

U.K. software group Autonomy Corp. said Monday it has agreed to buy selected assets of U.S. information management company Iron Mountain Inc.’s digital division for $380 million in cash, in a move aimed at strengthening its cloud offering.

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