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Win the Storage Argument: How to Convince Your CIO that SDS Is Right for Your Business

By Andrew Flint | February 27, 2017

When was the last time your organization strategically upgraded its storage? We’re not talking piecemeal here, throwing new hardware at the ballooning volume of data being processed daily. No, we’re talking strategy: thinking big picture, long term, about your storage needs. In a perfect world, you would have a map…

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With SDS, a Flat Budget Doesn’t Mean a Flat Future!

By Andrew Flint | February 20, 2017

Storage admins have a tough 2017 ahead of them. Despite the fact that business data needs are growing exponentially, experts predict that 2017 IT budgets will remain flat. And that means there’s no room for massive storage overhauls, no matter how much they’re needed. But all is not lost. Without…

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QoS Is Essential for Storage

By Andrew Flint | February 13, 2017

As one of the core features of ioFABRIC Vicinity, Quality of Service (QoS) helps our customers achieve reliable performance, capacity, data protection, and cost targets for each application’s needs. But there is some confusion about how QoS works, and why it is so important to your storage environment. What is…

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Bon Voyage to 2016

By Steve Lamb | February 7, 2017

Looking back at 2016, it’s hard not to be proud of what ioFABRIC has accomplished. Since launching GA in April last year, we have received 11 industry awards! It takes long hours and a solid team to deliver what we did in 2016. Our accolades include Start up of the Year,…

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How Much Time Could You Save by Automating Your Storage Management?

By Andrew Flint | January 11, 2017

Is your data storage a time-suck? Are your IT staff over-burdened, performing mundane and repetitive tasks instead of focusing on big-picture thinking? Too many IT departments spend valuable time – multiple hours each day – performing storage tasks that could be automated. These tasks not only stop staff from engaging…

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Virtualization Review’s Top of 2016 – ioFABRIC

By Deborah Lamb | December 19, 2016

As a marketer it is always a challenge to accurately communicate what we do to a technical audience without using industry jargon or buzz words. You must know the buzz words I am talking about because marketing documents and websites are riddled with them: seamless, game-changer, value-add, thinking outside the…

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ioFABRIC Is Listed in the Virtualization Review Editor’s Choice Awards!

By Steve Lamb | December 19, 2016

ioFABRIC has received a lot of awards over the last few years, most recently Best in Biz, but I have a special appreciation of the recognition from technical folks who are knee-deep in reviewing and learning about new technologies. Recently, Jon Toigo listed us in The 2016 Virtualization Review Editor’s…

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Doing Hybrid Cloud Right with SDS

By Andrew Flint | December 12, 2016

We just hosted a very successful webinar on hybrid cloud storage, followed by a discussion with the participants, and it sparked some good thinking on the topic. Because the webinar wasn’t a sales pitch for Vicinity software, I’ll take a little more liberty here. But first, an outline of the current…

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Cut the Crapex, Part 3: Save on CAPEX Using Software-Defined Storage

By Andrew Flint | December 1, 2016

According to survey and social data from Spiceworks, IT budgets are stagnating. Buyers don’t expect to see a boost to their budget – for critical items like new hardware, staff, or training – any time in the near future. And that means that growth decisions are likely to be made…

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