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How storage is changing for the data age

Consumers everywhere are sharing data at lightning fast speeds and with extraordinary frequency — from videos and photographs to personal data, creative musings and medical records, with virtually everything being stored digitally for future reference. There are billions of mobile phones in the world, emitting 18 exabytes (1 billion gigabytes) of data each month. By Richard Walsh, head of memory marketing, Samsung Semiconductor Europe.

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Leveraging the cloud to unleach the realpower of your unstructured data

And saying goodbye to legacy file data systems. By Barry Russell, SVP and GM of Cloud at Qumulo.

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How to solve your data storage dilemma with cloud object storage

In a world that thrives on the consumption of data, it is not surprising that today we are witnessing tremendous data growth to the point that it is now in danger of overwhelming organisations. This is creating massive data sprawl whereby many organisations are experiencing a slowdown in operational productivity and efficiency and this sprawl is hampering future innovation and growth. By Sarah Doherty, Product Marketing Manager, iland.

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How cloud backups are essential to fighting ransomware

In early August, many GPS users around the world suddenly found themselves unable to use their systems. What many stranded drivers did not know at the time was that this wasn’t due to a technical error; in fact, their GPS receivers weren’t working because Garmin, their manufacturer, had been subjected to a ransomware attack. By David Friend, co-founder and CEO, Wasabi.

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How to implement effective data lifecycle management

Digital transformation is taking hold. Leading to organisations producing more data than ever before and at an increasingly fast volume. By Philip Bridge, President, Ontrack.

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Europe’s hidden carbon import: high performance computing

In 2020, we are used to the idea that physical goods imports include a degree of embodied carbon, which varies depending on how and where they were made.

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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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