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ChalkTalk Video: Introducing Enterprise Data As A Service

As IT organizations attempt to modernize, they continue to look for ways to offer more of their capabilities as a service. Good examples of this are software as a service and infrastructure as a service. The problem is one of

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StorageSwiss Podcast: Analysis, Product Briefings, Deep Dive on Google vs. Amazon Cloud Storage

Listen to our latest podcast where we provide analysis on the latest news like: Carbonite buying DoubleTake Violin Memory being bought at auction StorageCraft buying Exablox Datto buying OpenMesh We also review our recent briefings including: Talon Vembu Actifio Zoolz

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Improving Data Protection with Data Virtualization – Actifio Briefing Note

Anyone in IT these days is painfully aware of the challenge organizations face dealing with ever-increasing amounts of data they need to properly store and protect. The irony is that the majority of data growth is not just the new

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MeetTheCEO: The CEO of Copy Data, Ash Ashutosh

Ash Ashutosh with Actifio is our guest on this LIVE MeetTheCEO with Storage Switzerland’s George Crump and Charlie Hodges. The team discusses Mr. Ashutosh’s background, introduces listeners to Copy Data Management as the next stage in data protection and what

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Copy Data in the Cloud

While industry pundits and analysts yammer on about the unrelenting growth of data, the real issue for enterprise data centers and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), is keeping a lid on the extensive number of redundant copies of information that propagate

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Dealing With The Copy Data Explosion

For many years now, IT storage professionals have had to cope with the seemingly unfettered growth of data across the business environment. The lion’s share of data growth by far, however, is not caused by ordinary, day-to-day business activity, but

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