It’s Dangerous to Go Alone! Take This – Scale Computing Net Promoter Score

In preparing for the MES show this week, I was reviewing some of the presentation materials and happened to stop on our ScaleCare slide long enough to see the resemblance between our heart logo and the heart containers from The Legend of Zelda (my favorite game of 1987). If you’re like me, then you also […]

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StorageCraft Gets a Headstart on the Competition by Enabling Recovery in Minutes Instead of Hours; Interview with StorageCraft’s Chief Evangelist Matt Urmston, Part 2

Companies all want more reliable backup and recovery, with short recovery times when things go awry. In part II of this interview series with StorageCraft’s Chief Evangelist Matt Urmstom, we expand on how StorageCraft uses StorageCraft ImageManager and StorageCraft Headstart Restore technology to provide a full DR solution that can offer recovery in as little as five minutes, and also how ShadowProtect performs equally well in physical and virtual environments.

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A Backup Appliance Designed to Stand the Test of Time; Interview with STORServer President Bill Smoldt, Part 2

“The more things change, the more things stay they stay the same.” That nearly 200 year old French proverb still has relevance even in today’s modern technology era when one looks at today’s backup appliances and how they have both changed and stayed the same since coming on the scene a little over10 years ago. In this second installment of DCIG’s interview series with STORServer’s President, Bill Smoldt, he provides some insight into how backup appliances have evolved over the last decade as well as the features they must offer to stand the test of time.

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The HP XP7 Storage Virtual Array Capability Marks the Beginning of the End of the Pain of Data Consolidations and Migrations

Delivering always-on application availability accompanied by the highest levels of capacity, management and performance are the features that historically distinguish high end storage arrays from other storage arrays available on the market. But even t…

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What is Hypervisor Convergence: The Infrastructure Convergence Continuum Blog Series – DIY Architecture (Part 1 of 4)

Converging the hardware and software components needed in an SMB virtualization deployment is a hot trend in the industry.  Terms like “converged infrastructure”, “hyper-convergence”, “hypervisor convergence” and “software-defined (fill in the blank)” have all emerged alongside the trend and just as quickly as they were defined, most have lost their meaning from both overuse and […]

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What is Hypervisor Convergence: The Infrastructure Convergence Continuum Blog Series – DIY Architecture (Part 1 of 4)

Converging the hardware and software components needed in an SMB virtualization deployment is a hot trend in the industry.  Terms like “converged infrastructure”, “hyper-convergence”, “hypervisor convergence” and “software-defined (fill in the blank)” have all emerged alongside the trend and just as quickly as they were defined, most have lost their meaning from both overuse and …

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