by Karl Chen Data Protection has been a staple of IT organizations for decades. Businesses must backup their data and design IMPLEMENTABLE data recovery plans in case of downtime or god forbid; a real disaster. With the impact of global warming and the effects of year-round rains, flooding, hurricanes, earthquakes, brown-outs, tornadoes and other natural causes, businesses will unfortunately experience downtime.
Recently, Napa Valley – one of my favorite places to visit –
By Lee Johns Is your Enterprise data is broken down into different categories? Like most companies, the bulk of your data is visible to your employees internally while a smaller amount of it is massaged into projecting the company view externally. The external corporate data includes financials, marketing, supply chain EDI, website information and more. This highly visible data is analyzed and reported on regularly, but your Enterprise data is similar to an iceberg. Your corp
By @StorageOlogist We all seem to be battling with extreme conditions lately. The Polar Vortex has hit the US plunging temperatures into unheard of territory and I just returned from a trip to the UK where record rainfall has led to widespread flooding. If you are an IT manager dealing with corporate data you might be thinking “Big deal, I have been dealing with extreme conditions for a while now.” The fact that data is growing at unprecedented rates is not new and vendors