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American Municipal Power Taps Into Data's Clout

With growing volumes of data from machines and sensors—plus computer-generated data—the wholesale energy provider needed a resilient backup and recovery system.

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Visual Effects Studio Uses Picture-Perfect Storage

Constrained by old tech and budget issues, Crafty Apes upgraded to a storage system that helps it manage stunning visual effects and demanding turnaround times.

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A Persistent Approach to Containers Pays Off

Containers enable TGEN to package application code with underlying system primitives in a way that allows them to run on any type of physical or virtual machine.

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Why Data Storage Issues Keep CIOs Up at Night

With storage capabilities struggling to keep up with the growth of data, the majority of CIOs and other organizational leaders are reassessing their data storage approaches and strategies, according to a recent survey from SUSE. The resulting report, "Numbers Tell Stories," indicates that most IT... Read More »

Storage Platform Gets High Marks at UNC Charlotte

The university migrated to a consolidated storage platform to improve computing performance, streamline IT and prepare for anticipated needs in the future.

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Idaho Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Flash Arrays

The Idaho Supreme Court adopted an advanced hybrid flash storage system to make essential information more accessible and available to attorneys and the public.

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Managing the Complexity of Machine Data Storage

Thanks primarily to the growth of the internet of things (IoT), machine data is expected to account for a huge volume of all data within several years. This influx presents a tremendous opportunity for businesses to analyze their information in real time and gain valuable insights, but CIOs often overlook a major roadblock: Data storage today cannot handle the capacity or the complexity of... Read More »

Does Data Collection Waste Time and Resources?

While IT and many organizations are in the midst of an unprecedented explosion in data-gathering, a new study finds that only 15 percent of all stored data contains business-critical information. The remaining 85 percent is either dark, meaning its value is unknown, redundant, obsolete or trivial. The reason, according to... Read More »

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