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Todd Dorsey

Analyst

Todd Dorsey brings over twenty years of experience in wireline telephony, wireless technology, managed network services, call center management support, and incident communications.   Todd’s roles include leading teams supporting disaster recovery, project management, software implementation, and complex network issue resolution.  These roles have centered on business-to-business enterprises ranging in size from small businesses to fortune 500 corporations.

Throughout his corporate technology background, writing and communications has been an integral part.  He has been a full-time technology writer since 2019.  Todd graduated with departmental honors from Webster University with a BA in Business and Marketing.

Lastest Posts By Todd Dorsey

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SDS Object Storage – 7 Key Data Security and Protection Features

Object storage used to be just the slow final resting place for archive data. That is no longer true. As enterprises shift to cloud-native technologies, object storage is often used for active data. With the growing importance of object storage in the enterprise, and the trend toward software-defined storage solutions, organizations would do well to pay special attention to the data security and data protection features of SDS object storage solutions.

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5 Benefits of an Effective Multi-site File Collaboration Solution

In many organizations, core business processes rely on effective file-based collaboration. With an organization’s users now spanning the globe, legacy systems fail to meet the collaboration needs of a distributed workforce. Many SDS-based file storage solutions offer features that enhance multi-site file collaboration. This article describes 5 capabilities enterprises should evaluate when selecting a solution.

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