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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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Open source v commercial parallel file systems – truth and fiction in an HPC world

High-Performance Computing (HPC) and its ability to store, process and analyse vast amounts of data in record time is driving innovation all around us. By Jim Donovan, Chief Marketing Officer, Panasas.

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Doubling Down on Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service for Business Continuity and Beyond

The prospect of an IT outage is one of the key issues that keeps IT professionals awake at night. In the past two years, 93% of organisations have experienced tech-related business disruption and, as a result, 1 out of 5 experienced major reputational damage and permanent loss of customers. From natural disasters to malicious cyber-attacks, organizations face an abundance of risks to business continuity that impact productivity, prosperity and reputation. Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)...

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Four steps to implementing an effective MDM strategy

Mobile device management (MDM) is a common requirement for enterprises. Mathivanan Venkatachalam, Vice President, ManageEngine, shares his top tips for shaping a comprehensive MDM strategy.

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Embracing the Intelligent Edge

The large and complex datacentre has, for many years, been the backbone of computing networks - a central core to process data, information and transactions. However, recent research from Gartner suggests that, by 2022, 75% of enterprise-generated data will be processed outside the datacentre, at ‘the Edge’. By Alexander Mikoyan – Team Leader for Large Enterprises at HPE UK&I.

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Back-Up Lessons From Myspace Data Loss

Social media network Myspace suffered a data loss in February 2018 during a server migration project. The company admits on its website that “…any photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available on or from Myspace. We apologise for the inconvenience.” However, while it’s good of Myspace to offer an apology to its users, the assumption that emerges from this incident – whether true or not - is that the firm didn’t properly back up its data. By G...

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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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