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Three Ways to Get Your Multi-Cloud Costs Under Control

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Sep. 20

The progression of technology is never ending. That’s what makes it exciting. What was once new and unknown eventually becomes a tried-and-true, reliable tool. This is happening before our eyes with the cloud. At first, the thought of putting your company’s sensitive data in the cloud brought concerns about security, and likely some sleepless nights worrying about outages. 

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Topics: Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


 To Thrive in the IoT Era, Get to the Edge

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Sep. 14

The IoT is changing everything. From homes to hospitals, from cars to, yes, your business, the IoT is changing the way we interact, the way businesses operate and the amount of data organizations have to process.

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Topics: Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


Self-Protecting Storage is the Future. Is Your Company Ready?

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Sep. 12

Backup and disaster recovery has been a thorn in the side of IT departments everywhere since data has existed. There is absolutely no substitute for having a robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) plan and solution for all your critical data. When something goes wrong, no matter how big or small the disaster, the ability to recover quickly and completely makes all that investment of time and resources worthwhile.

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


At VMworld 2017, Hybrid Cloud Roadblocks and Realities

Posted by Laz Vekiarides on Sep. 8

Notwithstanding the obligatory announcements tilted to developers, this year’s VMworld – as always - was mostly about the infrastructure.

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Topics: Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data , Founder's Perspective


Is My Data Safe in the Cloud?

Posted by Marc Keating on Sep. 1

It’s a question that’s still on the minds of many IT and security executives as their organizations move more deeply into a services-based environment: Will our data be secure in the cloud? In some cases, worries about security are likely keeping companies from being more aggressive in moving to the cloud. 

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Architectural Deep Dive: Global Storage Network


3 Pitfalls to Avoid in Data Protection

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Aug. 30

“Today, we’re going to discuss a topic that’s becoming a big problem for IT departments in all industries: the pitfalls of traditional data protection and how to avoid them.” That was a pretty common opening sentence for articles and blogs in 2015, 2010, 2005… So, why are we still talking about it? Because the weaknesses of the traditional data protection model are still catching IT teams off guard when it comes to costs, complexity, management, risk and so on. 

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


How to Help Customers Transition to the Cloud 

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Aug. 24

There are two ways service providers and resellers end up transitioning their customers to the cloud. Either those customers come to them, eager for all the cloud benefits they’ve been reading about, or the provider makes the first move, recognizing an opportunity to grow its business by being in front of the transformation to hybrid cloud infrastructure. Either way, the conversation about moving to the cloud is one service providers will have to have, if they haven’t already.

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


4 Hybrid Data Storage Strategies for Healthcare Providers

Posted by Courtney Pallotta on Aug. 17

The cloud is a tried-and-true way to make IT more efficient and save money. Companies of all sizes and in all industries rely on the cloud for storing data and running applications. Well, almost all industries.

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data 


What Multi-Cloud Means for Managed Services 

Posted by Jon Toor, CMO, Cloudian on Aug. 15

Multi-cloud environments have quickly become the new normal, and hybrid cloud is now an inevitability for many enterprises. RightScale reports that cloud users are running their applications in an average of 1.8 public clouds and 2.3 private ones. It’s not hard to see why; the market has evolved to offer robust cloud offerings, including object storage systems that can be deployed in the hybrid cloud as easily as on-premises, in multiple sites or as a service. 

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Topics: Enterprise Storage, Bringing the Cloud to Primary Data