This article shares some changes in high-end storage that have emerged since the publication of the 2020-21 DCIG TOP 5 High End Storage Arrays report.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Enterprise Storage as a Service Solutions report. This report provides guidance on the TOP 5 solutions enterprises should consider for their storage as service requirements.
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.
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.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprise storage vendors continue to deliver innovation. DCIG recently updated its enterprise storage research and then compared the results with data from nine months ago. It quickly became evident that many storage vendors are focused on enhancing the ownership experience.
Two moments from recent conversations stand out to me because of the vital mindset shifts for enterprise storage success that these moments represent. Both of these occurred during a call with Qumulo, but reflect mindset shifts that are also creating success for other storage solutions.
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.
Amazon announced their Storage Gateway (beta) on January 25th, about two days before my article on VMWare and Citrix squaring off in the “Dropbox for Enteprise” market. In my article I noted that VMWare and Citrix are exploiting a based limitation of Dropbox, Evernote and Box introduced by supporting a Consumerization of IT (CoIT) product. Consumer-based file-share-and-synch applications cannot be installed in a company’s data center. As file-share-synch drives cloud adoption in the enterprise, vendors emerge from all corners.