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“...One giant leap for mankind”: How is technology powering space exploration 50 years on from the moon landing?

“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. It’s been 50 years since Neil Armstrong uttered those famous words, but they remain every bit as iconic and powerful today. Half a century on, and man landing on the moon is undoubtedly one of the most important events in our collective history. By James Petter, VP, EMEA, Pure Storage.

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CAE S.p.A. Reduces Hardware Dependency, Energy Costs and Management Time with SvSAN

StorMagic® has announced a customer win with Bologna, Italy-based manufacturer, CAE S.p.A. CAE’s original environment consisted of a traditional Storage Area Network (SAN) connected through SAS and fibre channel.

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Three Mistakes Enterprises Make with Edge Storage

As the majority of data in modern enterprises is produced outside the data centre, the ability to access, collaborate, share, and protect file-based data relies on the ability to store it at the edge. Edge computing devices today are creating massive amounts of files and data that can drive significant cost increases when they are communicated or transferred to the cloud or data centre. By Sabo Taylor Diab, VP Global Marketing, CTERA.

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Dispelling Common Myths surrounding Software-Defined Storage

By Yannick Guillerm, Director of Technical Marketing at Scality.

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An introduction to ‘software-defined everything’

‘Software-defined everything’ is a marketing phrase that is gaining traction; it is regularly referenced in business and technology publications, with many thought leaders predicting it to be the next big IT disruptor. But what is this software-defined trend and is it something IT teams should be mindful of? Albie Attias, managing director of IT hardware supplier, King of Servers, explores the trend.

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Modernising Oracle with converged infrastructure

Customers who adopt Dell EMC VxBlock technology experienced 99% less planned and unplanned downtime according to a study by IDC.

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