DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its inaugural Top 5 report on SME Anti-ransomware Backup Solutions. This Top 5 report provides small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) guidance on the best backup solutions to choose to help in their response to ransomware attacks. Using this Top 5 report, SMEs may quickly create a list of the Top 5 solutions to help them detect, prevent, or recover from a ransomware attack.
Enterprises of all sizes are using unstructured file data in new and varied ways to drive innovation and create value. Whether they are optimizing retail operations through AI-enabled video analytics or improving healthcare through an in-depth analysis of high-resolution microscopy images, they are capturing file data from more sources and in a greater variety of file sizes than in the past. In turn, they must store multiple petabytes of data to support these new workloads. They need petabyte-scale file data management.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its inaugural Top 5 report on Enterprise Anti-ransomware Backup Solutions. This Top 5 report provides enterprises guidance on the best backup solutions to choose to help in their response to ransomware attacks. Using this Top 5 report, enterprises may quickly create a list of the Top 5 solutions to help them detect, prevent, or recover from a ransomware attack.
File-based workloads are at the heart of innovation and of collaborative workflows in many enterprises. Enterprises pursuing transformation increasingly store multiple petabytes of unstructured file data. They frequently need to process that file data in the cloud and to access and collaborate on that data from many different locations. Public cloud providers offer some file services of their own, but have welcomed other file service providers into their clouds because those providers help move more workloads into their clouds.
DCIG focuses its research primarily on enterprise storage and data protection. This article is, and is not, a departure from that focus. With so many businesses now urging or requiring employees to work from home, cyber resilience at home has become an important consideration for businesses of all sizes. I routinely work from home and recently experienced the failure of my primary work computer. This article reflects what I learned about cyber resilience at home from that experience.
If your mental image of a high-end storage array is rack after rack full of blinking lights, you would be right only 30% of the time. Today, nearly half of all high-end storage array models support configurations that fit into less than 8RU—that is just fourteen inches of rack space. How can this be?
IBM announced a new family of FlashSystem storage systems on February 12. The announcement has several implications for the enterprise storage marketplace.
One may not find simple storage services major cloud providers so simple anymore. A close examination of any of the prominent public cloud storage offerings quickly reveals how complex they can become. That complexity stands in contrast to how offerings from second-generation cloud storage providers mark a return to simple storage services.
Enterprises embracing digital transformation require much more flexible and responsive data center infrastructures. Happily, advances in integrating storage management into the broader data center ecosystem are taking hold. As a result, enterprise storage management is becoming much more integrated into the overall data center management environment.
Enterprise expectations for their technology infrastructures have changed significantly over the last five years. Happily, advances in storage technology are meeting those new expectations. This article identifies three advances in enterprise storage that are transforming the storage ownership experience.