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Three Steps To Ending The Data Protection Nightmare

Recent surveys indicate that over 50% of organizations feel their data protection processes can’t be counted on for consistent, rapid recovery of data. Instead of trying to band-aid the problem, IT needs to develop a holistic strategy. In this “Steak

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The Problem with S3 Bucket Data Leaks

It seems like every couple of weeks there is an announcement of another exposed Amazon S3 bucket. Recently a branch of the military, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), was caught by security firm Upguard with a

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Finding Object Storage’s Missing Link

Object storage is an excellent secondary tier of storage. It can drive down the cost of storage, improve the quality of data retention and ensure that data is safe in the event of a disaster. Unlike other forms of storage,

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ChalkTalk Video: How To Overcome the All-Flash Let Down

All-flash arrays are the performance sledgehammer, often obliterating the storage performance problem organizations hoped to resolve when buying them. The challenge is as the organization adds additional workloads to the array, its low latency exposes other bottlenecks in the environment

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Backup Software, Hardware Integration Challenges – StorageCraft Buys Exablox

Data protection is made of three components; the software that identifies and copies the data needing protection, the hardware that will store the protected copy and the IT professionals that drive the process. When two of these components are combined,

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What is Backup?

Defining backup is both simple and complex. Google says a backup is “the procedure for making extra copies of data in case the original is lost or damaged.” This definition describes the action (extra copies) and the purpose (in case

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