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The latest data storage news and solutions to help you improve the efficiencies within your organization’s storage and backup environment. From articles on storage solutions, including advancements in virtualization, to data management, and more. We’ll keep you Connected with our Data Storage News.


SSD - Flash Storage

More Than a Flash in the Pan

Ditch Outdated Storage Technology and Save More Than Money

by Aaron Russo | 05.11.15

Pop quiz! How old is hard drive technology? Did it take off in the ‘80s? How about 1970s? 1960s, even? Try 1956. Nearing its 60th birthday, today’s hard drive is far flung from its original form factor. Originally the size of two refrigerators with a max storage of 3.75MB, the hard drive has changed a lot in the last six decades—sometimes by leaps and bounds. Take solid state—or flash—storage as an example of advancement.

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As the amount of data created and captured by digital technology continues to grow exponentially, enterprises must integrate new storage technologies and processes—or risk falling behind competitors.

Tags:Automated Tiered StorageData CenterHybrid arrayPublic CloudSolid state drivesStorageVirtualization

Flash Storage

News Flash—Flash Storage Isn’t As Expensive As You Think

Increase Performance without Increasing Costs

by Kurt Hildebrand | 02.27.15

Flash storage offers dramatically faster performance over traditional spinning magnetic disk storage technology, but many enterprises have postponed adoption of it because of cost concerns. But it’s not as expensive as you think.

“When the storage efficiency techniques and the ability to safely use lower-cost memory are combined, all-flash storage systems can typically match the price of high-performance, tier 1, HDD-based storage systems,” says Storage Switzerland Senior Analyst George Crump. “What’s more, they’re now working their way into the price-band of tier 2 storage systems.”

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Which Flavor of Flash Is Right for You?

Ask the Right Questions to Find the Right Solutions

by Kurt Hildebrand | 02.13.15

IT faces a number of competing storage priorities: increasing capacity, enhancing performance, and continuously driving down the cost per gigabyte. When using traditional spinning magnetic disk storage technology, these demands are difficult to meet.

Tags:CapacityCostDesktop-VirtualizationEnterpriseFlash Stroage ArraysHDDHybrid-FlashITSolid state drivesStorageStorage-SoftwareTraditional Storage

Flash and the Data-Driven Enterprise

How New Storage Technologies Can Move Your Data

by Kurt Hildebrand | 02.11.15

Imagine your enterprise’s data as a mountain of information. Sitting there by itself, it does you no good. Data’s value comes from your ability to extract actionable information that benefits the enterprise.

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