It’s almost here! It’s hard to believe a year has passed, but it’s once again time for EMCWorld. The event is held next week, May 5-8 in Las Vegas at The Venetian, we’re excited about this year’s theme: Redefine. Continue reading
You will hear many vendors telling you how important it is to protect your data. This will usually be achieved by a second copy on disk or even tape. Let’s assume like most companies you choose to store that second copy on disk, what disk do you use? Do you go and re purpose some older disk for your backup / archive or do you purchase a dedicated Protection Storage layer of disk? Continue reading
Over the past few weeks we’ve covered various aspects of the most recent Data Domain launch including the new Data Domain Operating System and additional detail on secure multi-tenancy. I will be rounding out the Data Domain launch coverage by introducing you to Data Domain Boost for Enterprise Applications, which provides advanced integration between Data Domain systems and leading enterprise applications via DD Boost software to efficiently protect database and big data environments. Continue reading
Graduation is the end of a college education but it’s also the beginning of a new career or post-graduate opportunity. It’s time to celebrate endings and new beginnings, as the school year draws to a close and summer makes its tantalizing approach (yes, even for storm-battered U.S. east coasters). This seasonal shift makes us happy… and apparently life as a student at Brown University in historic Providence, Rhode Island is a happy place too. Continue reading
“Like the physical universe, the digital universe is large – by 2020 containing nearly as many digital bits as there are stars in the universe. It is doubling in size every two years, and by 2020 the digital universe – the data we create and copy annually – will reach 44 zettabytes, or 44 trillion gigabytes.”—2014 EMC Digital Universe Study
Sounds ominous but there’s no escaping it; our world is being invaded by data.
So, the question begs, is your business up to the challenges and opportunities all this data will present, however many petabytes, exabytes or zettabytes this may mean? Or will it fold under the pressure? Continue reading