December 2011 Blog Posts (3)

The Next Energy-Saving No-Brainer: Filtration

Managers interested in conserving energy and operating costs have probably already replaced old incandescent light bulbs with new energy-saving bulbs. So what’s next? It’s not as obvious as lighting, but it can be just as helpful to the bottom line: filtration. Especially in data center environments where tiny unseen particles can cause damage to expensive hardware.…



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Added by Chris MacKinnon on December 15, 2011 at 15:33 — No Comments

Tackling Big Data Through a New Approach to Distributed, Unified Storage Systems

To meet the growing challenge of Big Data, IT professionals are looking for a new distributed, unified storage system capable of massive scaling. Going beyond just a file system, it is essential to also include object storage and block storage to ensure optimum flexibility and performance. 

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Added by Chris MacKinnon on December 14, 2011 at 14:56 — No Comments

What's in Store for Data Governance in 2012?

2011 was one of the most turbulent years for data owners in recent memory, and next year will be no different. In order to cut through the data jungle, we've identified four key areas that are poised to present challenges in the coming year - - secure collaboration, "big data," data automation and insider threats...

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Added by Chris MacKinnon on December 6, 2011 at 14:58 — No Comments

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