Metalnx: Making iRODS Easy

Advances in sequencing, spectroscopy, and microscopy are driving life sciences organizations to produce vast amounts of data. Most organizations are dedicating significant resources to the storage and management of that data. However, until recently, their primary efforts have focused on how to host the data for high performance, rapid analysis, … READ MORE

Stephen Worth September 27th, 2016

Beyond the Buzzword: Modern Data Management

When I think of technology buzzwords, I think of really big, complex concepts that slowly grow into all-encompassing terms to make those concepts easy to reference. Due to the complexity of some technology topics, however, buzzwords often create an opportunity for misconceptions. I’ve had people ask me if I work … READ MORE

Tyler Stone September 5th, 2016

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

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 companies, on … READ MORE

Jennifer Zhou November 20th, 2014

The Rise of the “D” in the C-Suite

Several recent articles have piqued my interest in an emerging addition to the C-Suite – the CDO, or Chief Data Officer. My response is YAA – Yet Another Acronym to add to the stretched recesses of our memory banks. 

Lesley MacDonald August 18th, 2014

Destination: Born in the Cloud

“No one understands the cloud. It’s a [BLEEP] mystery.” —Jason Segel Perhaps more than a few of us got a kick out of the trailer from one of this summer’s blockbuster movies. In this clip, the cloud is the villain. If your family is like mine, meaning not that tech savvy, … READ MORE

Guy Churchward August 11th, 2014

The Big Data Effect

Last month, EMC Greenplum hosted an event at the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley to address some key questions surrounding the big data debate. The panel of passionate, distinguished practitioners included Keith Collins, Gil Elbaz, Ping Li, Anand Rajaraman and myself. Michael Chui of the McKinsey Global Institute did a fantastic … READ MORE

Luke Lonergan January 10th, 2012
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