NAS Storage

NAS Storage

How To Solve the Unstructured Data Paradox – WekaIO Briefing Note - There is a capacity and performance paradox to unstructured data that wastes IT budget and resources as IT tries to find the perfect solution. In terms of capacity, the organization has more and more data to store each year, and
Refining The Virtualized Backup Process – NAKIVO Briefing Note - The backup software market is very mature. Even virtualization specific backup software solutions have been available for over 10 years. But there is still work to do. In some cases, new releases are taking advantage of new technologies elsewhere in
How to Design Self-Service Storage – ioFABRIC Briefing Note - For application owners, storage is an overly complicated ordeal that they must go through in order to get applications up and performing well. Ideally, application owners should be masked from the complexity of the infrastructure. They shouldn’t care which storage
Protecting From Ransomware without a Data Protection Overhaul - Ransomware is at the top of every IT professional’s project list, but the problem is most solutions to the problem require the replacement of the current data protection product. What if the current data protection solution is servicing the organization
iXsystems’ New TrueNAS X10 and FreeNAS v11.0 Briefing Note - The software defined data center does not mean data centers are free from vendor lock-in. It just means vendors moved the lock from hardware to software. While the software may (not always) provide the organization the ability to mix and
Is There a Better Way to Backup Unstructured Data? – Igneous Briefing Note - It’s no secret that unstructured data is consuming data center tiles across the world. Structured data may have been king at one point, but the vast amount of storage in today’s data centers is being consumed by unstructured data. This
Solve Your Storage Headache – Unlimited Scale but Controlled – Qumulo Core 2.6 Briefing Note - Then and Now Over the last decade, organizations have experienced massive changes in the data center and the storage industry. Workloads found in modern data centers today are vastly different from what was common back in the days of dedicated
Endpoint Data Protection with a Difference – Zoolz Briefing Note - All organizations today, regardless of size, have to deal with a myriad of governmental rules and regulations that require the organizations to retain, secure and protect all of their data in specific ways determined by the governmental body requiring the
It’s Time To Manage Your Data! – NTP Software Briefing Note - Data is growing, especially file data. This statement should come as no surprise to any IT professional. The response to that growth is typically to keep adding more and more storage capacity. The problem is that most of these additions
Does NAS Still Make Sense? – Panzura Briefing Note - When network attached storage (NAS) first came to market its initial use case was to store user data, typically found in file server home directories. All users wanted to be able to do is store and share data between a

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