February 4, 2016


Sooner or later, you’re going to run low on capacity on your SAN. Your users are going to start complaining about performance. Your support costs are going to go up. And worse, your go-to storage vendor is going to tell

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January 20, 2016


Many IT vendors tout their low TCO (total cost of ownership) usually explained as CapEx plus OpEx. While these are important numbers to consider when evaluating new products, there is one other number that may be more critical: CrapEx. If

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January 12, 2016


As any storage admin knows, data growth is outstripping storage budget growth by over 10x. We constantly require more capacity, incur more complexity, and find it harder to maintain performance and service levels. What if I told you that you

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December 17, 2015


Originally published on Cantech Letter Consistent with other studies of the state of IT spending in Canada, Toronto’s ioFABRIC has released its own survey, providing something of a wake-up call for small-to-medium businesses and the state of their IT departments, typified

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December 15, 2015


Has your IT budget flat-lined? Finding it hard to pull together the needed funding to perform upgrades to an aging infrastructure? Discovered that there’s less in the till to spend on hardware, software, services, and salaries to keep growing storage

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