Customer Review: Linemaster Switch, an equipment manufacturer, shares experience using Reduxio

Mike Grandinetti - Tuesday, February 27, 2018

This post, based on an in-depth Q&A session with Linemaster Switch IT manager Keith Worthington, is part of an ongoing series highlighting feedback from real Reduxio customers.

Converged Primary and Secondary Storage to get the best of both worlds

Jacob Cherian - Wednesday, February 14, 2018

It’s no longer about data storage; it’s all about data management. Today, if you look at a typical customer’s data management infrastructure there are multiple silos of storage and capability that are involved in managing the data.  With astronomical data growth rates, IT budgets that are no longer keeping pace, and critical skills shortages the current approach to infrastructure is no longer sustainable given the high acquisition and operations costs. Fortunately, we now have the technology...

Instant Recovery is the way to go | Reduxio Customer Review

Mike Grandinetti - Monday, February 12, 2018

Customer Review: The US’s largest public utility shares their experience in using Reduxio

This post is part of an ongoing series highlighting feedback from real Reduxio customers.

The three layers of protection you'll need against Ransomware in 2018

Eyal Worthalter - Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Protecting online systems has become an increasingly difficult job.

Over the last decade, we’ve seen the role of IT security become more crucial — not only within the datacenter — across entire organizations. A company’s data is now its most important asset, and must be protected against a growing number of threats. Optimizing your cybersecurity strategy requires understanding the evolution of attacks, the current threat landscape, and the emerging best practices that keep data safe.

Revolutionizing Troubleshooting | Reduxio Customer Review

Mike Grandinetti - Friday, January 19, 2018

Customer Review: Line Master Shares Their Experience With Reduxio

This post is part of an ongoing series highlighting feedback from real Reduxio customers.

Another respected expert weighs in: Gartner includes Reduxio in its 'Continuous Data Protection' Category

Mike Grandinetti - Monday, November 20, 2017

Two weeks ago, Forrester Research published the report, “3 Vendors Disrupting the Secondary Storage and Data Protection Space”. I wrote this blog post explaining why Forrester came to conclude that Reduxio was deserving of this distinction. 

What’s Next For Continuous Data Protection (CDP)

Ronen Sde-Or - Wednesday, November 15, 2017

In the mid to late 2000, I worked at a small startup that offered a block-level backup and restore solution. It was back in the days when HW snapshots were only available on high-end storage arrays (most customers still used DAS, or mid/low-end SAN). At that time, Microsoft DPM was also a new technology that had just come out and so we were using software snapshots and Copy-On-Write technology to create the point-in-time backups.

Is it the end of backup snapshots?

Eyal Traitel - Monday, February 20, 2017

More often than not, when discussing with customers their data protection schemes, I get to hear about snapshot schedules and backup application configurations. At the same time, I get to hear about how critical is their IT service to their organizations.This constant conflict has increased so much that the customers are willing to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on non-stop replication and copy data management solutions. So why is that?

Storage Snapshots - Do I need anything else?

Eyal Traitel - Monday, January 23, 2017

Remember the days when tape backup was THE way to store data? Wasn't it fun to insert and eject cartridges just to hear the sounds? There were also the labels and barcodes...the entire process was so much of a physical dance. The thing is, tape backup was and probably still is a major part of any IT organization.

Mr. Robot, Reduxio, and Today's New Data Protection

Ken Smallwood - Monday, January 09, 2017

Fans of TV series Mr. Robot may have have seen the Season 2 premiere which centered on a ransomware attack initiated by hacker group fsociety. The target was Evil Corp, whose logo resembles that of the old “Enron” logo (which may have been the creator's intent), and the company found itself caught in a crippling hack.

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