All Flash Arrays, Don’t Forget Your Helmet!

If you have a flash environment (Or know flash at all) you’re aware of its high performance. However, that high performance also demands the same level of speed in all aspects of its use. Meaning, you need to consider what you’re using to protect that all flash array, … READ MORE

Alyanna Ilyadis March 9th, 2016

El Nino Effects from California to Chennai

The El Nino effect dramatically amplified the seasonal rainfall for Chennai causing one of the worst flooding in the southeast (or southeastern) Indian city. The disruption was so bad that it actually made material difference to the quarterly financials of IT giants like TCS. On the other half … READ MORE

Parasar Kodati February 22nd, 2016

Archive First and Save Time Later with Data Archiving!

When enterprise customers face challenges trying to manage uncontrolled data and identify relevant data for compliance and eDiscovery, you will find that an archive solution can help. Archiving can help you identify files and data that are no longer active within your organization and move them off an … READ MORE

Jennifer Zhou June 24th, 2015

Opportunity Is Knocking. What’s Your Story?

There’s no turning back, January 2015 has come and almost gone! I have been reading other blogs with New Year’s resolutions and reflections from 2014 and I felt inclined to look back at some of the customers we highlighted in 2014. 

Lisa Matzdorff January 22nd, 2015

Need Help Archiving Your Big Data?

The impact that exponential data growth is having on the eDiscovery process has been dramatic in recent years. This increase in data has cancelled out the amount of time and money companies once could save by utilizing just standard archiving technologies. This calls for an archiving technology that … READ MORE

Jennifer Zhou January 15th, 2015

EMC SourceOne Archiving

Data Archiving in an Information Age In today’s world, astronomic amounts of data can be found everywhere. Between the birth of the world and 2003, there was only 5 Exabytes of information created; now we create 5 Exabytes of data every two days. For the majority of the … READ MORE

Jennifer Zhou November 20th, 2014

Is Your Compliance Just Checking the Box?

If your organization retains data to meet regulatory requirements, then you probably have a strategy to store that data somewhere. But do you have a good strategy to access and return any part of that data that is requested? If not, your compliance might be just “check the … READ MORE

Jim Shook September 4th, 2014

EMC and RainStor Optimize Interactive SQL on Hadoop

Pivotal HAWQ was one of the most groundbreaking technologies entering the Hadoop ecosystem last year through its ability to execute complete ANSI SQL on large-scale datasets managed in Pivotal HD. This was great news for SQL users – organizations heavily reliant on SQL applications and common BI tools … READ MORE

Mona Patel February 20th, 2014

A Decade of Dedupe…and Data Domain

Just last month, Data Domain – and dedupe technology – officially crossed the 10-year mark.   It’s not often that a product or a technology completely reinvents an industry, but with over 33 million tapes replaced and 26 exabytes of data now protected by Data Domain systems, that’s just … READ MORE

Caitlin Gordon April 26th, 2013

Question: Archive? Answer: Isilon Scale-out NAS with New 4 TB Drives

There are few enterprise storage use cases that stress the seams of traditional storage systems quite like large and rapidly-growing file-based data archives. In nearly every customer conversation that I’ve had over the last few quarters, dealing with the current and rapidly growing “archive” environment is top-of-mind for … READ MORE

Nick Kirsch January 31st, 2013
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