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ioFABRIC Named One of the Fastest Growing Storage Companies

By Steve Lamb | April 10, 2017

There has been a lot of news about consolidation in the storage industry as of late. In August, Seagate announced it would acquire array vendor Dot Hill, and later in October EMC and Dell announced their deal. Shortly after, Western Digital announced its acquisition of SanDisk that had taken over…

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5 Tips for Getting the Most from Hybrid Cloud Storage

By Andrew Flint | April 3, 2017

Hybrid cloud solutions are growing in popularity and are quickly becoming a top choice for businesses. According to a recent IBM report, “Tailoring Hybrid Cloud”, 83 percent of high-performing organizations said their cloud initiatives are fully integrated into their overall organization, and 92 percent of executives said their most successful…

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Quality of Service and Data Placement

By Lori Steuart | March 27, 2017

We’ve often talked about Quality of Service (QoS) on this blog, from what it is to how ioFABRIC Vicinity uses it to optimize your storage and bring you better time and cost savings (learn about cutting the CrapEx with this series of blogs). It’s time to get into how ioFABRIC actually…

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Health Care Is Ahead of the Game Seeking Storage Solutions

By Steve Lamb | March 20, 2017
All companies, regardless of size, can benefit with data management software, but we are seeing a huge uptake in the health care industry. Their need for quick and secure access to data, often from multiple locations, is driving adoption of ioFABRIC software. The health care industry has large amounts of… Read More

Location, Location, Location

By Deborah Lamb | March 6, 2017
What is the key ingredient to having a happy workplace? It’s all about location. Yes, of course ioFABRIC has other perks like flexible work hours, comfortable chairs, great team building, beer Tuesdays (!), challenging and rewarding work, and great staff to spend your time with. But the one ingredient that… Read More

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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