Tag: "disk"

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Flash: Accelerated Adoption

As any new technology comes to market, in IT we see the adoption of that technology, as long as it […]

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The Business End of Storage

Last week I presented at an event for Storage Magazine in the famous London Tower Bridge (shown here)  It was […]

Real-time Compression “Meets Minimum”

IBM's Ed Walsh, Director of Storage Efficiency sits down with Steve Duplessie, Founder of ESG to talk about how IBM […]

Top 10 Reasons Real-time Compression Provides Extraordinary Storage Efficiency

Over the past few weeks I have witnessed the proverbial mudslinging that takes place in the blogosphere when marketing feathers […]

IBM Day 1 – It’s Official

Between time off with the family this summer and all the work required to get done between 'signing' a deal to be […]

No More Tiers / Tears

The great thing about blogging and independence is that we can post things that add value that we want to […]

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The Storage Alchemist from Strata 2013

The Storage Alchemist talks about his findings from Strata 2013.  Interesting that there wasn't much talk about infrastructure and infrastructure […]

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Flood Affects Storage Industry

There was a great post a couple of weeks ago, with Tom Coughlin as a contributing editor, on Forbes’ news […]

Trident Micro Has Success with IBM Real-time Compression

As with any new technology there is a hurdle to get over before putting it into production, but once in, […]

Business Outcomes are what Matters

I spent last week in London meeting with IBM Real-time Compression customers and partners and supporting the launch of the […]

Sever + Storage Optimization = Datacenter Utopia

Matt Prigge had a really great article on his InfoWorld Data Explosion blog called "VMware vSphere raises the bar -- again".  In […]

What Happened in Vegas, Stayed in Vegas

Well, until now.  This is an interesting story about archiving and how it could have, but didn't help a friend […]