DCIG recently completed its inaugural research into storage as a service and will soon release its first DCIG TOP 5 report based on this research.
Author: Ken Clipperton
DCIG is pleased to recognize Zadara zStorage as a DCIG TOP 5 solution in the forthcoming 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Enterprise Storage as a Service Solutions report. That report is based on DCIG’s independent research into the burgeoning storage as a service marketplace.
[Press Release] DCIG is pleased to recognize Pure as-a-Service™ from Pure Storage as a DCIG TOP 5 solution in the forthcoming 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Enterprise Storage as a Service Solutions report. That report is based on DCIG’s independent research into the burgeoning storage as a service marketplace.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Rising Vendors in Storage for Healthcare Solutions report. This report provides
DCIG is currently researching enterprise storage as a service, and intends to publish one or more DCIG TOP 5 reports based on this STaaS research.
The article title, “Network Entropy is Decomposing Memory” may call up ghoulish images from a B-Horror movie, but it shouldn’t. It refers to a positive dynamic described by Rob Gingell, former chief engineer at Sun Microsystems. He said that, “Over time networks have this property of wanting to decompose things into constituent parts, have those parts get specialized and then reintegrated.”
The rapid growth of unstructured data challenges many organizations. The DCIG TOP 5 solutions identified in this article deserve a look from any organization seeking to address these challenges by consolidating its on-premises file estate.
Ransomware attacks are escalating in terms of frequency, variety, and impact. Based on reliable information sources, it is reasonable for every organization to expect it will experience multiple attempted ransomware attacks in the next twelve months. Given this threat environment, it is time to demand more from infrastructure providers.