By Jim Crook - 04 March 2020

Amid Coronavirus Concerns, Remote Work Could Become the Norm

If your company hasn’t yet encountered an IT disaster, it’s probably only a matter of time before it does. Whether it’s a faulty network card, natural disaster or cyber-attack, companies of all sizes need to formulate disaster recovery plans (DRP) that will ensure business continuity when disaster strikes. The traditional approach to disaster recovery (DR), […]

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In the face of an unstructured data explosion worldwide, enterprises are re-evaluating traditional NAS infrastructure – both at the core (data center) and at the edge (remote sites). The reasons for this shift in thinking are usually boiled down to cost, capacity, and complexity, all of which become magnified at scale at distributed organizations with […]

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Managing file services and IT infrastructure across remote locations is not easy. IT veterans of distributed enterprises know this, thanks to years of NAS capacity upgrades and infrastructure sprawl; unreliable file services delivery; and complex data replication, backup/DR, and/or archiving processes, all with minimal or no IT staff on-site to support it. Today, the standalone […]

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