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Data at your Service – Bringing Self-Service to Data Management

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The business environment changed radically over the last decade. Long gone are the standard 9 to 5 working days on a Monday through Friday business model. Today, businesses are operating 24/7 365 days a year. Operations are moving to be

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StorageSwiss at Amazon AWS re:Invent


Storage Switzerland is at Amazon AWS re:Invent again this year. We are lurking the halls of re:Invent, tackling vendors and users to get their thoughts on what’s going on with the cloud. Amazon re:Invent Bigger Than VMworld VMworld has been

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Does Data Management make Data more Mobile?

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Proper data management can indeed make data more mobile. Put another way, it can appear to make data more mobile by making it appear to be in multiple places at the same time without consuming capacity. One of the key

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Flash Memory Summit Video – Understanding Your Workload Before Flash

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While flash can solve a lot of performance problems, storage is not the only reason that applications fail to meet the expectations of their users. Throwing flash at the problem will almost always help to some extent, but there are

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What is a Cloud Ready Platform?


Once an organization has carefully considered all the various factors, requirements and ramifications of a cloud first strategy and has decided to implement it, they need the means to accomplish the migration of their selected data, applications and processes to

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Bats Aren’t Blind & IT Shouldn’t be Either

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Bats aren’t blind. They just can’t see. The term “blind as a bat” could just as well be “blind as a person driving in the dark without headlights.” The reason bats are “blind” is that they hunt at night and

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