Everything you do depends on data. And, in no small part, your success depends on being able to manage, find, audit, analyze and work with that data quickly, efficiently and easily. Anything less, and you’re wasting a serious amount of time.
Are you getting the features you imagined from your enterprise-grade cloud storage? Years into the cloud storage movement, your cloud services still might not be living up to the promise of this revolutionary concept. That said, the definition of cloud storage has become quite muddy. If data is
When you’re looking to replace your existing enterprise NAS or legacy storage system by consolidating your unstructured data in the cloud, you don’t expect to lose key features. However, the features you’ve taken for granted, because they’re baked into legacy storage, aren’t standard with cloud storage. To effectively consolidate
When nearly 3 in 5 businesses are anticipated to leverage cloud storage by 2022, why not fully commit to cloud for backups and archives too? Truthfully, It’s not easy to break up with your legacy backup, disaster recovery, and archival methods. It’s easier to stay in a relationship
When data breaches can take an average of over 9 months to identify and contain, working in cluttered cloud file systems sets a dangerous precedent. Yet, many enterprises need a reliable, connected way to collaborate with their international teams. As teams accumulate ad-hoc file solutions to wrangle explosive
Today, many organizations are juggling multiple out-of-sync data islands for backup and production. More data, less visibility, and more places to be breached can make you a ripe target for ransomware and other cyber threats.
Today’s enterprises have an unrelenting behemoth to face: data growth. From a measly two ZB in 2010 to a whopping 59 ZB in 2020, the globe is expected to collectively juggle 149 ZB of data in just the next four years. The primary culprit? Unstructured data. 90% of