Posts Tagged ‘Software-Defined Storage’

3 Critical Business Risks of Application Downtime

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Business continuity is of the utmost importance for long-term success. The more streamlined business operations are, the more efficient employees will be at their jobs, and the more revenue can be spread around. A well-oiled machine can make efficiency a competitive advantage, but maintaining a consistent pace is easier said than done – especially given…

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Data Fabrics Have Storage Covered

Nearly 50 years ago, a trade association claimed that cotton was “the fabric of our lives”. But there’s a new fabric that is poised to become even more critical to our everyday lives – the data fabric. Data fabrics weave together disparate compute and storage resources into a single, virtualized software-defined solution that ensures data…

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Dive into the Pool: Capacity and Performance Scaling in Vicinity

ioFABRIC Vicinity users know that they configure performance, capacity, protection and cost objectives for applications which drives automation across the storage infrastructure – an order of magnitude simpler and faster than individually configuring performance media and capacity on each storage silo. We will take a closer look at how and why ioFABRIC makes this happen.…

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Move Your Storage from the Dark Ages

Have you ever felt like you are banging your head against a wall when your storage just won’t work for you? Maybe you have all the right pieces, but not the right tools to make them hit their potential? Stop spending all that time on your Stone Age storage, and let ioFABRIC do the work…Read More

ioFABRIC Vicinity – Finalist for Product of the Year!

We are off to a great start in 2018! ioFABRIC is a finalist in the Products of the Year awards from Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com! The annual competition selects the best data management and storage offerings in five categories. ioFABRIC was named in the category of data storage management tools. We are honored to be…

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Aeontech Tells Why Storage Hardware Vendors Will Hate ioFABRIC

With offices across Australia, Aeontech is the recognized leader in IT asset disposal in the country. Aeontech wipes and sanitizes over 50,000 hard drives and recycles 500,000 kg of IT equipment each year. Over 99 per cent is diverted from landfill. Enough was enough Prior to ioFABRIC, Aeontech was struggling with multiple storage challenges. Each…

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What’s in Store for IT Infrastructure in 2018?

We looked into our crystal ball and this is what we found. Rise in Ransomware Expect an increase in malicious attacks in 2018. Juniper Research tells us that the cyber crimes will create $2.1 trillion in business losses by 2019! That’s a lot of money! Artificial Intelligence AI will minimize human errors, improve operations, and ultimately…

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Stop Paying the Complexity Tax of Multi-Cloud Storage

While the concepts behind cloud computing and cloud storage are not terribly new from a technology perspective, their adoption in corporate IT is a much more recent phenomenon. The industry has done a good job of positioning “the cloud” as something that you either embrace or risk missing out on. This emerging market has also…

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Can Service Providers Survive in a Cloud World?

Today’s service providers are facing a challenge: either adapt to grow with the market (and the demands of customers), or become irrelevant. And while that might sound harsh, the reality is that cloud providers are showing customers a different way of looking at their infrastructure – one based on ROI. It’s about simplicity and a…

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What Is the Future for Hybrid Cloud?

Cloud adoption is growing, and fast. According to a recent report from McAfee, 93 percent of organizations are currently using cloud services, and within the next 15 months we can expect to see cloud spending account for up to 80 percent of IT budgets. Public cloud challenges Despite the fast adoption, there are significant hesitations…

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