Five Key Differentiators between the Latest NetApp AFF A-Series and Hitachi Vantara VSP F-Series Platforms

Both Hitachi Vantara and NetApp refreshed their respective F-Series and A-Series lines of all-flash arrays (AFAs) in the first half of 2018. While some of these changes reinforced the respective strengths of each of their product lines, other changes p…

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DCIG 2018-19 All-flash Array Buyer’s Guide Now Available

DCIG is pleased to announce the availability of the DCIG 2018-19 Enterprise General Purpose All-flash Array Buyer’s Guide developed from its enterprise storage array body of research. This 72-page report presents a fresh snapshot of the dynamic all-fla…

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Get Ready for More Features and Still Lower All-flash Array Storage Prices

While the overall economy and even the broader technology sector largely boom, the enterprise storage space is feeling the pinch. As storage revenues level off and even drop, many people with whom I spoke at this past week’s HPE Discover shared their thoughts as to what is causing this situation. The short answer: there does not appear to be a single reason for the pullback in storage revenue but rather a perfect storm of events that is contributing to this situation that ultimately benefits organizations.

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Enterprise Storage Body of Research Now Available through DCIG Analysis Portal

To help organizations evaluate available enterprise storage arrays and make informed decisions about the most appropriate array for their needs, DCIG is pleased to announce the availability of its body of research into enterprise storage arrays. DCIG’s…

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Enterprise Storage Body of Research Now Available through DCIG Analysis Portal

To help organizations evaluate available enterprise storage arrays and make informed decisions about the most appropriate array for their needs, DCIG is pleased to announce the availability of its body of research into enterprise storage arrays. DCIG’s…

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Nexsan UNITY Brings the World of Shadow IT Back under IT’s Control; Interview with Nexsan’s CEO Robert Fernander, Part 3

Whether companies like it or not, individuals within their organizations over the last few decades have adopted the technologies that they need in order to more effectively do their jobs. One such adoption has been the use of public file sync-n-share technologies that put data – and the control of it – outside of the purview of corporate IT. In this third and final installment in my interview series with Nexsan’s CEO Robert Fernander, he explains how Nexsan’s UNITY empowers organizations to bring this part of the world of shadow IT back under corporate control.

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Software Defined Storage Moving Up to Host More Tier One Applications; Interview with Nexenta’s Chairman and CEO, Tarkan Maner, Part 3

Organizations may view true software defined storage (SDS) software as only appropriate to host their tier two and tier three applications. However, many known and named accounts now use SDS software to host their tier one applications. In this third and last installment of my interview series with Nexenta’s Chairman and CEO, Tarkan Maner, he explains where SDS software initially gets a foothold in organizations and why it rapidly gains traction and moves up to host tier one applications.

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Software Defined Storage Moving Up to Host More Tier One Applications; Interview with Nexenta’s Chairman and CEO, Tarkan Maner, Part 3

Organizations may view true software defined storage (SDS) software as only appropriate to host their tier two and tier three applications. However, many known and named accounts now use SDS software to host their tier one applications. In this third and last installment of my interview series with Nexenta’s Chairman and CEO, Tarkan Maner, he explains where SDS software initially gets a foothold in organizations and why it rapidly gains traction and moves up to host tier one applications.

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Tegile Flash arrays for VDI and SQL at Ameriben, a company with an elevated core purpose

Kelly Simper and David Musgrave from Ameriben visited Tegile HQ recently for a briefing. You couldn’t meet two nicer people. They both talked about Ameriben’s Core Purpose, which is: “Changing lives by developing great leaders in family, business, community, and the world.” As an insurance and claims services company, Ameriben leverages their core beliefs to […]

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Witnessing the Storage Universe Transformation at VMworld 2015

The best thing about the VMworld Conference is that you can see so much tech in one place. In the past decade, attendees have come to VMworld to see the best new technologies that would later transform their data centers. This year, attendees can peruse the expo and visit the flash storage vendors listed below […]

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