When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for CIOs to ask, “How many more data copies can we possibly make?” and for CFOs to add, “You’re not gonna get a blank check for more capacity!” we must ask, “Can we dissolve the technological bands that bind us to archaic backup practices?”
We declare that, YES, tech leaders can and must dissolve those bands and assume the powers of the cloud, the separate and equal station to which Moore’s Law entitles them. With a determination to escape the shackles of tape and secondary data centers, our people are impelled to declare data protection and backup independence.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all data is created equal – whether it is hot or cold, driven by IoT devices or machine logs, stored in the cloud or at the edge – it is endowed by its generators with certain unalienable rights. Among these are simplicity, access, security and the pursuit of usefulness.
Understand in a few simple steps how you can get out of the mess, cost, and complexity of managing backups, replicating
ClearSky will provide the potential cost benefits of simplified primary storage, backup and DR as a service based on your existing storage investments and infrastructure.