The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Powered by intelligent machines and services, the fourth revolution is transforming data into the new competitive currency for today’s global organizations. But, storing, managing and protecting that data to drive greater intelligence and uncover real-time insights has ignited a new challenge and calls for a unified approach and vision.
Technology lifecycles are short. Just ask any one of the billions of consumers and organizations who make use of technology everyday. While having to change smartphones every so often shouldn’t be a problem for the average user, it’s a different story for enterprises dealing with data and the storage where data resides.
Last April, Reduxio had the opportunity to present at the CCISDA Spring Conference in their first ever IGNITE Vendor event. If you aren’t familiar with this kind of presentation, let me give you the rundown: Each participant is entitled to a 5-minute presentation that should feature 20 slides, each of which advances automatically every 15 seconds. What the audience gets is a speedy and entertaining talk that still manages to provide a lot of information.
A lot of people start out with a good idea. In fact, many of them think that with their creativity and skills set, they may just yet come up with the next best thing in the technology space.
Unfortunately, though, only a handful of these ideas will see fruition, and even fewer will become the revolutionary products that their creators envisioned.
Why? It’s all in the execution.
From idea to a product…How do you build a product from scratch?
Four years ago, I was offered to join a startup...
Last year Reduxio replaced an older Equallogic system at Georgia Building Authority (GBA) in Atlanta, GA. The customer’s Virtual Machines boot times was dramatically slow on their existing storage system. They have about 300 VDI machines used for by the State of Georgia representatives. The SysAdmin responsible for running their IT had to show up every week on ‘Patch Tuesdays’ around 4 AM to reboot the VDI at it would take between 3 to 5 hours for the whole thing to complete.
In our first part of this Blog, we introduced the first 6 tedious and unproductive things that Storage Administrators don't have to do anymore thanks to Reduxio. Since Reduxio launched TimeOS 3.0 last week and added new amazing capabilities such as NoRestore™ and NoMigrate™ it makes sense that we keep building up this list.
Digital technologies, combined with user experience design, have had a huge positive impact in our daily lives. They’ve been responsible for the removal of countless inconveniences, from having to memorizing phone numbers, to getting lost while driving, to having to go to the supermarket for groceries, having to go to Blockbuster to rent a movie, or waiting forever in the rain for a taxi. As consumers, we now have the benefit of far more satisfying and pleasant experiences in our lives as a...
Businesses increasingly demand 100% uptime with no data loss, or what IDC refers to as the "new race to zero": 0 RPO and 0 RTO .
While IT organizations are gradually driving down their RPO/RTO's, this requires a complex strategy of interleaved products that are often vendor and platform-specific.
In this webinar presented for VMWare User Group (VMUG), IDC Analyst Phil Goodwin, Research Director, Storage Systems and Software Practice, discusses the shortcomings of today's Data Protection...
In August 2016 Barnstable Police Department, a 130-person team in a small tourist town, became one of the average 4,000 victims per day of a ransomware attack.
Barnstable had recently deployed Reduxio's HX550 in order to improve application performance and since their mail servers were constantly running out of space and VDI boot times were frequently more than 3 minutes. Reduxio and Barnstable were able to completely avoid any data loss and complete a full systems recovery, ransom unpaid,...