Nanoseconds, Stubborn SAS, and Other Takeaways from the Flash Memory Summit 2019

Every year at the Flash Memory Summit held in Santa Clara, CA, attendees get a firsthand look at the technologies that will impact the next generation of storage. This year many of the innovations centered on forthcoming interconnects that will better …

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Definitions Help Bring Sanity to the Cloud

The more DCIG covers various enterprise technologies, the more it sees the term “cloud” permeating the literature originating from vendors describing their products. In so doing, they use the term “cloud” very liberally to describe their products’ capa…

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Five More Reasons Why Organizations Choose DCIG to Create Competitive Intelligence Reports

Last month I shared five reasons why organizations choose DCIG to prepare competitive intelligence reports on their behalf. However, that list represented only a glimpse into why companies select DCIG. This month, I share five more reasons why companie…

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Seven Basic Questions to Screen Cloud Storage Offerings

Using cloud storage often represents the first way that most companies adopt the cloud. They leverage cloud storage to archive their data, as a backup target, share files, or for long term data retention. These approaches offer a low risk means for com…

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The Journey to the Cloud Begins by Speaking the Same Cloud Language

Every company wants to make the right cloud decision for their business. As a result, more companies than ever ask their vendors to describe the cloud capabilities of their products. However, as you ask your vendors cloud questions, verify that you def…

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Four Ways to Achieve Quick Wins in the Cloud

More companies than ever want to use the cloud as part of their overall IT strategy. To do so, they often look to achieve some quick wins in the cloud to demonstrate its value. Achieving these quick wins also serves to give them some practical hands on…

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Five Reasons Why Organizations Choose DCIG to Create Competitive Intelligence Reports

At a high level, anyone can prepare a competitive intelligence report. All one needs is an Excel spreadsheet, a web browser, access to the Internet, a list of your competitors, and a list of product features. Then, boom, just like that, you have a repo…

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Best of Show at Nutanix .NEXT

Every time DCIG attends a conference, we attempt to meet with as many exhibitors as possible to get an overview of their solutions and the key business challenges they solve. We then identify three that best address these challenges. In attending the N…

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