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Leveraging the Cloud For Data Distribution

For organizations with multiple offices where employees need access to the same data at the same time, leveraging the cloud for unstructured data storage make sense. Not only does it help with data distribution, it also helps ease data management

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Unstructured Business Continuity

When IT planners think of business continuity they often think of databases and applications the organization needs to sustain operations. But what about unstructured data? Does unstructured data need the same level of business continuity that structured data does? How

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SlideShare: Overcoming the Top 3 Challenges of the Storage Status Quo

Between 2010 and 2020, IDC predicts that the amount of data created by humans and enterprises will increase 50x. Legacy network attached storage (NAS) systems can’t meet the unstructured data demands of the mobile workforce or distributed organizations. In this

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StorageShort: Designing a Multiple Location NAS

In an effort to find talent many organizations have multiple locations so employees don’t have to move across the country or suffer through multiple hour commutes. Technology is the key enabler to having a number of locations but there is

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Is The Cloud Ready For Your Data?

The cloud is not ready for your data in the way you probably have come to expect from enterprise storage systems. But it is ready in other ways. The key to leveraging the cloud is to use it for what

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Why is Unstructured Data So Important?

A lot of the advancements happening in storage seem to be for unstructured data. Why is that? Have all of the problems for databases been solved? It’s not like databases are no longer important. But what does seem to be

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Is it Time to Retire Your NAS?

It’s time to retire Network Attached Storage (NAS) – at least as we know it. These systems, glorified file servers, are over two decades old. In that time, users have become more mobile, and organizations more diverse. What seemed like

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