Why a Virtual Environment May Be Your Best Bet for Backup and Disaster Recovery

Virtualization is already ubiquitous, with 92 percent of businesses reporting that they used some form of server virtualization according to Spiceworks’ 2020 State of Virtualization Technology report. The same study also found that the most common vir…

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DCIG’s Foundation for Delivering Competitive Intelligence

Over the past decade DCIG evolved to where it primarily focuses on competitive intelligence delivered as digital assets. DCIG provides this competitive intelligence in the form of battle cards, Buyer’s Guides, and Competitive Intelligence and Top 5 rep…

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Technology Becomes Obsolete. Saving Does Not.

The list of technological innovations in IT that have already passed into obsoletion is long. You might recall some not so ancient technologies like the floppy disk, dot matrix printers, ZIP drives, the FAT file system, and cream-colored computer enclosures. Undoubtedly these are still being used somewhere by someone but I hope not in your […]

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Behind the Scenes: Architecting HC3

Like any other solution vendor, at Scale Computing we are often asked what makes our solution unique. In answer to that query, let’s talk about some of the technical foundation and internal architecture of HC3 and our approach to hyperconvergence. The Whole Enchilada With HC3, we own the entire software stack which includes storage, virtualization, backup/DR, and […]

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IT Infrastructure: Deploy. Integrate. Repeat.

Have you ever wondered if you are stuck in an IT infrastructure loop, continuously deploying the same types of components and integrating them into an overall infrastructure architecture? Servers for CPU and RAM, storage appliances, hypervisor software, and disaster recovery software/appliances are just some of the different components that you’ve put together from different vendors to create […]

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Scale Computing Keeps Storage Simple and Efficient

Hyperconvergence is the combination of storage, compute, and virtualization. In a traditional virtualization architecture, combining these three components from different vendors can be complex and unwieldy without the right number of experts and administrators. When hyperconverged into a single solution, the complexity can be eliminated, if done correctly. At Scale Computing we looked at the traditional […]

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