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ioFABRIC Vicinity: The Only Cost Optimization for Storage

By Andrew Flint | July 17, 2017
We’ve architected our ioFABRIC Vicinity system to deliver data SLAs to applications across all of the most important elements of your data storage: performance, capacity and protection. These are the areas where automation, artificial intelligence, and our data fabric can help businesses most. But we’ve gone a step further and… Read More

Evergreen Storage – Eliminate Data Migration. Forever.

By Andrew Flint | July 10, 2017

You know the fear… Your SAN is coming up on year four. Your enterprise storage vendor is knocking at the door. The dreaded forklift upgrade is on the horizon. And along with it comes manual data migration, downtime, and even data loss. But it doesn’t have to be this way.…

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Multi-Site, Multi-Cloud: Why You Need The Data Fabric

By Andrew Flint | July 3, 2017
Organizations of all sizes are beginning to see the benefits of multi-site, multi-cloud storage deployments, including: Minimized risk of downtime Less reliance on a single vendor Improved performance to meet the needs of customers and partners, and more But one big caveat for organizations looking to reap these rewards is… Read More

Always-On Data for Cloud-Based Platforms

By Lori Steuart | June 27, 2017
When your services are available to the whole globe, how do you keep your infrastructure always-available and at the peak of efficiency and performance? We talked with Shawn Winters, IT Director at Mimeo, about how he solved this problem with ioFABRIC. Before ioFABRIC Mimeo was facing several data storage related… Read More

ioFABRIC’s Data Fabric Is Leading the Storage Market!

By Nicholas Baron | June 19, 2017

ioFABRIC 2.0 is now shipping and we are getting great feedback on our Data Fabric and its benefits for data management. Our product has always been about capacity management—and we know this is what our customers want, but we have made it even better with new features in version 2.0.…

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Solving Capacity Management while Reducing Complexity and Cost

By Andrew Flint | June 12, 2017

From the outside, all the issues swirling around “capacity” might seem like they have an easy fix: just throw more storage at the problem and it will solve itself, right? But ask any IT or Storage Admin what the real problem is with capacity, and they’ll tell you it’s not…

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How Data Governance Addresses the Risks of Data Residency and Sovereignty

By Andrew Flint | June 5, 2017

Do you have a solid data governance plan in place? Is it up to date? Do you have any way to actually achieve it? If not, you might be at risk of rubbing the wrong way against the current data residency and data sovereignty rules and regulations. With your eye…

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The A-Team and Gartner Have a Lot in Common

By Steve Lamb | May 29, 2017

I hope I am not dating myself when I quote one of my childhood tv-heroes: “I love it when a plan comes together!” – Hannibal Smith from The A-Team said it well. And that is how I felt when I read the latest Gartner Report 2017 Strategic Roadmap for Storage.…

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Our Colleagues in Australia Are Making Waves

By Deborah Lamb | May 22, 2017

Recent media coverage in Australia shows how the storage industry is evolving. Greg Wyman, VP Asia Pacific at ioFABRIC, writes about the 3 proof points that show the shift in the industry: storage capabilities are expanding, SDS is everywhere, and clouds are becoming the norm at dinner table conversations (well,…

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