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Unified Storage 2.0

There are so many ways that organizations use data and for the most part each use case needs a different storage system. The problem is a “storage system for every use case” strategy is expensive, complex to manage and very

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What is Data Management Sprawl?

Data Management is the art of intelligently moving data to the tier of storage that best balances the performance requirements with the cost of storing it and stage of its life cycle. In a perfect world, organizations would put all

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Why Should You Optimize File Servers?

Windows file servers remain one of the most popular ways for an organization to store and share data between employees. One of the reasons for this popularity is when a server reaches capacity or starts to suffer performance problems it’s

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SlideShare: End NAS Sprawl – Gain Control Over Unstructured Data

The storing and managing of unstructured data is a problem facing traditional enterprises, high performance compute environments, and specific vertical industries like media and entertainment, artificial intelligence, medical research and energy. At the center of these efforts is some type

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StorageShort: The Impact of NAS Sprawl

Network Attached Storage (NAS) are ideal for storing unstructured data, especially user home directories. But these systems tend to fill up and organizations end up buying additional units, in some cases dozens, which leads to NAS Sprawl. The situation is

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Overcoming the Fear of Managing User Data

Despite all the attention big data and Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives currently get, IT professionals still site users as one of the primary causes of unstructured data growth. Despite the fact machines and devices can create data non-stop, user

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Breaking the Archive Dead End – Archive360 Briefing Note

One of the challenges with any type of email or unstructured data archive is platform migration. Most archive solutions have been set up as a data dead-end, meaning data checks in but it never leaves. The problem is of course

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