When the competition heats up, what makes a product stand out?

Why do people buy the things they buy? There are three ways to create a successful product: be the first, be the best, or be the cheapest. The book, “Competitive Advantage,” by Harvard Business Professor Michael Porter, echoes these approaches, while stressing the importance of differentiation and focus. Performance versus efficiencyConsider cars, for example. Over […]

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Consolidation in the storage market gives Tegile a winning hand

There are major developments in the market for mid-range and high-end storage arrays.  For instance, think of the merger of Dell and EMC, and Western Digital’s recent purchase of SanDisk. When it comes to serving companies, consolidation in the storage market gives Tegile a winning hand.  If you are in the market for a storage […]

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Top Storage Predictions for 2016

The winds of change are shifting in enterprise storage.  Compared with our Tegile storage predictions for 2015, our predictions for next year indicate significant change, especially for flash arrays. Review our top storage predictions for 2016. See how your company can ride the winds of change to your advantage. Flash will morph into a multi-tier […]

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Get a leg up on next year’s problems with this year’s budget leftovers

If you manage servers and storage you can plan on having storage-related performance problems. Some problems are easily recognized, such as when end users complain about response times and others just become part of the daily and weekly grind, such as when database reports take several hours to run. Regardless, as the bottom layer of […]

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