On November 8 I’ll be moderating a panel on cloud computing at the America’s Growth Capital investors conference in Boston, and also delivering a talk about Reduxio’s Unified Primary and Secondary Storage. While I prepare for this premier event for venture capital, growth capital, and private equity investors, it’s given me an opportunity to reflect on recent analyst and media coverage about Reduxio. It’s rare when subject matter experts and key opinion leaders agree on anything — yet in the...
Forrester Research has identified Reduxio as a company “gaining market acceptance by delivering advanced capabilities to address specific problems in the secondary storage and data protection space”1 in the October, 2017 report, “Three Vendors Disrupting Integrated Secondary Storage and Data Protection” by Naveen Chhabra with Glenn O’Donnell, William McKeon-white, and Bill Nagel.
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 for IT teams and calls for a unified approach and vision.
Does your company’s data storage needs frustrate you? Do you find enterprise storage complex, difficult to manage, and ever growing in capacity requirements? If so, you might take some solace from knowing that you aren't alone in your frustration. Data is constantly increasing–and very quickly at that–and this is a cause of concern for many IT Professionals. In fact, IBM says that over 90 percent of all data that has ever been stored has been created within the past two years.
I have been leading startup marketing and strategy teams in the enterprise tech space across eight consecutive new ventures for 25 years. With the exception of the primary focus of delivering exceptional value to your customer, virtually everything in that time frame has changed profoundly in terms of how to staff, organize and manage a marketing team for maximum market impact in the Permanent Fast Forward, Digital and Social world we now find ourselves in.When I was asked to join Reduxio by...
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.
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.