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Primary Storage Refresh is More than Flash

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Primary storage refresh projects usually start from some combination of need for more performance, more capacity or because the storage system is coming off of maintenance. A key feature IT professionals look for in new primary storage system is flash.

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DR Ready Storage should be a Scalpel or a Saw?

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A real disaster is the ultimate test of potentially years worth of planning. Disasters are unnerving because the IT professionals executing the recovery processes have the eyes of the entire organization and its customers on them. IT, which normally operates

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Live Webinar: Storage Refresh? 3 Capabilities Primary Storage Must Have (but probably doesn’t)

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If your organization is embarking on a refresh of your primary storage system this year, this is the one webinar that you will want to attend. IT evaluators that haven’t looked at storage in a few years will be impressed

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The Importance of Application Aware Snapshots

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An application aware snapshot is one that is taken with the knowledge of an application that is storing its data on the volume. If you need a primer on snapshots, please see our previous blog on the subject. The taking

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DR Ready Storage should Complement Backup

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A popular trend is to have data protection begin where the data begins – in primary storage. But the questions are: Should protecting your data be the responsibility of your primary storage product, or should there be a separation between

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What is Backup?

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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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SlideShare: Ransomware – Five Reasons You’re Not As Protected As You Think

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Ransomware is the number one threat to an organization’s data. These malware programs infiltrate an organization and encrypt every file they can access. The only way to unencrypt the data is pay a fee to the malware creator. Hence the

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