Zero One: How Channel Pivots to the Cloud

January 8, 2018

Category: Cloud Storage

Channel partners see a cloud bursting with opportunity, as small and mid-sized companies turn to the channel for help with cloud solutions. The problem, though, is that traditional channel models aren’t set up to take advantage of the cloud. In […]

What AI Can Do for Storage

December 6, 2017

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly moving from a general concept in the enterprise to a deployable solution that is producing concrete changes in the way basic functions are addressed. One key area that is ripe for a dose of intelligence […]

Western Digital continues to block Toshiba Memory deal

November 1, 2017

Western Digital has again reiterated its plan to block Toshiba’s sale of its semiconductor subsidiary to a Bain Capital-led consortium, despite the ink now being dry on the deal. To offset losses made by a disastrous attempt at breaking into […]

Hardware, Solid State Drive

Intel Introduces Its New P4510 Series SSD

February 16, 2018

Via: StorageReview

Intel introduced its new data center SSD that it is calling “cloud inspired, storage optimized,” the Intel SSD DC P4510 Series. The new drive series offers up to 8TB in capacity and better performance and QoS than the previous version. […]

Storage News&Tips

How Object Storage Enables GDPR Compliance

February 16, 2018

Via: Caringo

The first challenge: how do you find all the relevant data when you receive a “Right to access,” a “Data Portability” or a “Right to be forgotten” request from an EU resident? Expecting that anyone can manually login to every […]

Storage News&Tips

Intel unleashes new Core i3 processor to give thin-and-light laptops a power boost

February 14, 2018

Via: TechRadar

In a move which, at least to some extent, seems to be running interference with AMD’s recently released (and well-received) fresh APUs, Intel has unveiled a single new 8th-gen Core i3 processor aimed at ultraportable laptops and 2-in-1s. The Core […]