Every business wants to increase productivity while reducing cost. In today’s world, it has become a necessity to stay ahead of the curve and leverage storage efficient technologies to complement enterprise IT environments and enhance productivity. The question is what kind of storage technology can play that role? In this article, we explore Network Attached … More Enterprise NAS Storage: Best Solution for Business Data Storage Problems
If you have cloud replication services setup with a private cloud then you might question why do I need to backup to Azure or AWS (Amazon Web Services)? Enterprises globally employ backup and replication services because an efficient backup and DR (Disaster Recovery) plan simply cannot make-do without either of them. … More Difference Between Backup and Replication
In today’s day and time, you can’t bear to lose your digital information. Whether the loss of your data is caused by a natural mishap, a human blunder, or a digital assault, it is not only risky but also expensive and very inconvenient. That is the reason you require a disaster recovery solution as well … More Disaster recovery solution and backup: Why Small Businesses should invest into it:
StoneFly a pioneer in offering highly available storage solutions from time to time is offering a Scale out NAS which can act as a single access point for enterprise wide file sharing. StoneFly Super Scale out NAS and StoneFly Twin Scale out NAS (Highly Available) can act as unified platforms to store blocks, file, objects … More StoneFly offers Scale out NAS as single access point for enterprise wide file sharing
LinkedIn groups (well some of them) are buzzing with the posts that All Flash arrays will take hold of the entire data storage industry in next few years- making HDD and Tape solution providers almost extinct in coming days. But is this really possible in reality? Let’s do some basic analysis on this and find … More Why hybrid storage is the best?
Modern society on daily basis creates more than a billion gigabytes of new data. To capture and store all this data in coming years, there needs to be a new technology capable of doing so on an effective note. Dutch scientists have found out an innovative way to store 500 Terabits (Tb) or 62.5 Terabytes … More Storing 62 Terabytes of data on single atom memory