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Overcoming the Active Archive Challenges

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The term Active Archive is thrown around all the time by IT vendors, but what is it really, other than an attempt to make something as old as data management sound cool again? An Active Archive is an archive where

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Live Webinar: How to Use Cloud Storage to Overcome The Three Challenges to ACTIVE Data Archiving

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Any discussion on archiving data makes sense, on paper. Most data centers indicate that well over 85 percent of their data has not been used in 90 days or more. The potential capital savings by moving this near-active and old

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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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Amazon re:Invent: Cohesity Briefing – Modernizing Secondary Storage


While the industry places a lot of attention on all-flash arrays, for the most part these systems only service a small portion of data center capacity – the most active data. Secondary storage stores, or at least should store, the

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The ROI of the Thin Provisioned Filer

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The cheapest filer is the one you don’t have to buy. A thin provisioned filer can do a lot more than a standard filer if you implement the concept properly. The investment in technology and processes that allow for a

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Global IT Executive Summit – Blending Tape into Your Archive Strategy


It comes as no surprise to IT professionals that data is growing and 90 percent of that growth is unstructured data. Users will not access 80 percent of that unstructured data after 90 days. It simply does not make sense

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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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