The Panzura blog features opinions on key issues in storage, new developments at Panzura, and 3rd party views on cloud trends.

Patrick Harr Blog

A new era for Panzura

Posted by Barry Phillips

Today we are excited to announce that Patrick Harr has joined Panzura as CEO. To be the market leader in cloud-integrated storage, Panzura has transparently blended storage, cloud, and networking into one solution. We are fortunate to find a new leader who is equally adept in all three of these technologies, and also one who…

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Cloud News the Week of April 25, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. As vSphere revenues dip, VMware heads for the (hybrid) cloud SearchServerVirtualization By Ed Scannell With revenues from the…

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Cloud News the Week of April 18, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Microsoft Cloud Stumbles But Company Sees Light Ahead Fortune By Barb Darrow Microsoft’s pinning a big chunk of…

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Cloud News the Week of April 11, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Cloud computing: Why the hybrid approach makes sense right now ZDNet By Joe McKendrick For CIOs who are…

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Cloud News the Week of April 4, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Amazon cloud has 1 million users and is near $10 billion in annual sales Ars Technica By Jon…

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Cloud News the Week of March 28, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Google’s biggest cloud challenge? Serving enterprises InfoWorld By Matt Asay Last week Google made it clear that it…

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Cloud News the Week of March 21, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Here’s Google’s real answer to Amazon Web Services Venture Beat By Jordan Novet Today Google finally told the…

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Don’t get locked in on cloud pricing

Posted by David Friedlander

Electricity is a classic “pay as you go” utility service. You pay for exactly the amount you use, and can often choose a rate plan that fits your lifestyle and usage patterns. Prices are fairly stable today, but if you knew electricity prices were going to drop by 15 to 20% next year and most…

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Cloud News the Week of March 14, 2016

Posted by Benjamin Ogonek

Each week, we’ll post a roundup of news on cloud computing on our blog, along with our thoughts. If you have ideas for what to include next week or feedback, feel free to comment on the post. Google Gets Apple to Jump Aboard Its Cloud Business (Though It May Not Last) Re/code By Mark Bergen…

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The Need for Speed: Examining Bandwidth vs. Latency in Solving Cross-Site Collaboration Performance Issues

Posted by Laura Kelly

“Americans will put up with anything, provided it doesn’t block traffic” – Dan Rather Performance issues often plague distributed teams striving to collaborate across global locations. Teams working with large, complex files often experience delays of up to half an hour when opening these files, slowing productivity and causing frustration. Many professionals blame bandwidth for…

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